Praisegod Barebones, a 17th Century British parliamentarian. Orson Welles must also be a contender. For what it’s worth, I also (according to family lore) have a distant relation (late 19th Century) by the name of Archelaus Stuttaford – not a bad name, I reckon.
The best name-giver in fiction? Charles Dickens – without a doubt.