Here are some names I really like, spotted while trawling through the Patent and Close Rolls of the early fourteenth century...
Isard de Lana Plana: one of Edward II's sergeants-at-arms in 1323. Where the heck is Lana Plana?
Sewal atte Ponde: accused of 'trampling crops with carts and horses' and other crimes in Essex in August 1327.
Richard But and Simon 'Richardesprestbut': Richard's priest's butt? Co-accused with Mr atte Ponde.
John 'Thelavediescartere Engayne': Ditto.
Meliora de Glenkarny: late the wife of Gilbert de Glenkarny, October 1327. 'Meliora' always sounds to me like the kind of silly pseudo-medieval name that sometimes appears in historical romances, but there you go, apparently it was a real name. I still object to 'Brianna', though.
Adam le Fuckere and Jordan le Cok: Oh dear. Accused of assault in Somerset in August 1315.
Cokkus atte Wose: Accused in July 1323 of stealing goods from a ship belonging to merchants of Flanders at Newcastle.
Thomas Roberdesknave Elisisone: Accused of carrying away fish and cattle in Oxfordshire in February 1309.
Walran Wolf: Accused nine men of breaking into his house and assaulting his pregnant wife (oy!) in Lincolnshire in August 1319.
Pentecost de Kershalton: Accused with five other men, including the mayor of Northampton, of assaulting and imprisoning the servants of John Cromwell, and killing others, in November 1308.
Godeskak Pentecost of Almain: German merchant trading in England, February 1320.
Ralph Bonebote, Walter le Lunge and Benedict le Segrestaynesman: Accused of assault in Northamptonshire in February 1310.
Chivellus de Pistor: Another of Edward II's sergeants, April 1312.
Thomas 'Of the Bedde': Accused several men of assaulting him in Lincolnshire in April 1312.
Scolastica de Melsa: Late the wife of Godfrey, November 1316.
La Weliwonne: Name of one of Edward II's ships in 1312.
Augustine Bastard: Held lands worth forty shillings annually in Devon, August 1326.
Drua de la Putte: Late the wife of Miles, December 1326.
Grimbald Pauncefot: Either the constable of St Briavels Castle early in Edward II's reign, or a character in one of J. K. Rowling's novels. His brother was Emericus or Emery Pauncefot.
Elnardus de Salso Marisco: Owed £10 to Peter Deyvill in September 1314.
Walter Crapinel: Granted part of the manor of Wratting Taleworth, wherever that is, in May 1316.
Talifer de Tilliolo: Joint keeper of the town of Scarborough in 1315.
Robert de Buttustorne, Ralph Dieuxboneye and Richard Pilerche of Dogmaresfeld: three of the forty-odd men accused of stealing Roger Mortimer's deer from his park at Stratfield Mortimer in May 1316.
Femisia atte Mershe: Granted land to the abbot of Stratford in December 1315.
Hamo atte Hole: Accused of assault in Kent in March 1318.
German Canterbury: Accused of burning one of the dwelling-places of the abbot of Canterbury in January 1317.
Nicholas Wynceconte: Co-accused with Mr Canterbury, as was Michael Canterbury, presumably his brother.
Gippus atte Soler: Accused of stealing deer and assaulting the king's parker in Surrey in April 1324.
Lovekyn Bruyn: Accused of breaking and entering in Oxfordshire in May 1322, and 'carrying away doves' (seriously).
Ranulph Prat and Joceus del Dike: Accused of breaking and entering and assault in Lincolnshire in December 1312.
Jordan Fatbon, Thomas le Gay, Hamelin Pappe and Gellinus Bynortheweye: Accused of assault in Devon in May 1316.
OK, that's enough laughing at people's names for one day. :-)
EDIT: Thanks to Satima Flavell for linking to this post on her blog.