I'll have to have my uncle send me the work he has done, because we have traced part of our family back to the 9th century and I know there are some great names.
From my mom's italian side...
My dad's side of the family is Scottish/Irish, but I don't know too much about them.
Balthasar, Milton, Baldric and Ragnar? Swoon!
Some of the more interesting highlights from my father's side:
Also I'll just point out there are 10 (TEN!!!) Williams and 11 Josephs on my father's side alone. These are all firsts or middles and they're mostly Scottish/English on this side. Mom's side is Irish/German but I don't have that info in front of me. Cool thread! :)
Mostly traditional names like Stanley, Edward, Edwin, William, etc.
My great great great grandfather was called Zacharias, which I thought was quite cool.
My great great grandfather was called Robercik (he was from Poland!) His brothers were called Wilhelm and Ryszard.
Bartholomew, Bowling, Boyd, Chester, Cosby, Donahue, Enoch, Erastus, Foster, Godfrey, Green, Hachaliah, Hamilton, Hamlet, Hardy, Harmon, Harper, Harvey, Holmes, Irby, Isham, Lafayette, Lemuel, Mace, Madison, McLemore, Murphy, Newton, Ransom, Seaborn, Tyre
Plaze (a middle name passed down for generations in my dad's family)
Estes (a middle name passed down for generations in my husband's dad's family)
Not a lot that I can think of off of the top of my head, but I do remember a few