@ Chitin: during a ten-month period, September 2010 to July 2011, when I worked for a Big Energy Company...
One name not on the list is Mrs. Smelley. Forgot her first name. She was a very sweet woman, and I actually called her "Mrs. Smelley" two or three times during the conversation...not as funny as it sounds, as she was a sweet woman suffering from a name that was Just Not Cool...
Maybe this will help you write more authentically. I don't know whether this is a regional thing, but it is tradition for girls to carry unusual family names or male names back home.
So, my nieces either have a male family members name to honor them, or a family surname
Katelyn Lee (Lee is my fathers name)
Addison Mayle (Mayle is an old surname)
I worked for a farmer who named his daughters:
or a friend of mine in high school was
Codie Lynn (family and male name)
I think it is an old south type thing, but there ya go. It is also sort of a thing to refer to people by their full first name or a first and middle.
So, among my family (except my brother and father) I am called, Matthew Lawrence, or just Matthew instead of Matt.
It sounds formal but it isn't. I have friends that I have never referred to as anything other than their first and last name. Never a nickname or first name. It's kind of like saying, "I know you" when use their full name.
J.K. Rowlings took the name Harry Potter from a 1986 B-Movie called "Troll". The character is even a child wizard.