Mary: Maria, and Mari is also used as a nickname to a bunch names
Margrethe: Margarida, though Margareth is also used. Itd today a grannish name in Brazil
Josephine: Josefina. Here in brazil it's not considered an elegant name.
Athena: It's not popular here, but I know a girl named Atena. She was sometimes bullied because of it when a kid.
Charles: Carlos, but Charles is also used in Brazil
Anne: Ana. Ane is a nickname for names like Anelise, Mariane, Jane, etc...
Andrew: André, or Andrei/Andrey
William: Same. Though the literal translation is Guilherme, both names coexist and are really popular.
Harry: Dont know. It's not really used here.
Elizabeth: Same. The literal translation is Isabella, but both names coexist. Elizabeth is a grannish name, though.
Charlotte: : Carlota. Carlota is a cheesy name here.
Diana: Same. But can be spelled Daiana sometimes.
Maxima: Is not a popular name here, dont have translation, I think