my uncle has traced one side of our family back to the tenth century. I can't find my copy but some of the ones I like and remember
Mayfair (which is my dd middle)
Una - it's a Native American name meaning 'to remember', but it's from a different tribe than my family, and as far back as I can find my native ancestors had Eastern names - Rebecca and Sadie.
Hezzy Kai - some butchered form of Hezekiah, I'm sure. They weren't the most literate of folks.
twins called Leo & Cleo
Golden (Middle name, I think it's actually kind of cute in the mn spot)
My british family : Derek. I have no idea whether it was common in his time or not, it just strikes me as odd.
My french family : (a ton of quirky old frenchie names in there. I feel like I have to specify whether they are male or female names though, it might not always be obvious)
Celina (so pretty and delicate... i'm thinking of using some version of this for a daughter some day)
My father, Serge. Although the name was common around the time he was born in France, I've never heard anyone mention it on english speaking forums. It's also the name of a type of fabric :)
Special mention to my brothers Ernest and Eloi ;)
Sophia (pronounced So-fye-uh)
Mina (short for Almina)
In my family:
Morgan (I love this name so much on a boy, btw)
Exer (yes, really)
My great great grandmothers name was America. Other different names in the family tree were:
Boys- Comfort, Hatevil
Girls- Narcissus, Constant
Perhaps Ottofine was a misspelling of Ottoline?
Lola Belvada is a first/middle that's in my family tree.
One of my fave names for a girl is Rowena, the name of my paternal great grandmother. There is also Elisha, which is very pretty.
My great grandfather (Rowena's husband) was named Woodford Woodford Peters.
My family has some gems and then some names that make you say what?
Levi (have always loved this name though)
What the heck names - Serepta, yep, she went by her middle name Mae.