We will start with these two.

Pulpit Commentary
https://books.google.com/books?id=DtEUAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA40

Jehovah ( Michaelis Meyer Stier Hoelmann Tregelles Murphy )
Jewish Encyclopedia - Emil Hirsch
http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/articles/8568-jehovah

The pronunciation "Jehovah" has been defended by Stier ("Hebr. Lehrgebäude") and Hölemann ("Bibelstudien.," i.).

Rudolf Ewald Stier (1800-1862)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rudolf_Ewald_Stier

Georg Hermann Holemann (1787-1873)
BIBELSTÜDIEN VON HERMANN GUSTAV HOELEMANN, DOCTOR DER THEOLOOIS UND PHILOSOPHIE, AO.
PROFESSOR DER THEOLOOIS AN DER UNIVERSITAET LEIPZIG.
https://archive.org/details/neuebibe...elgoog/page/n7

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The earlier Michaelis we cover elsewhere.

George Moore gives Simon from the historic Hebrew lexicons

Notes on the Name YHVH (1909)
George F. Moore
https://books.google.com/books?id=DaxBAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA317

The lexicon in general use in Germany in the latter part of the eighteenth century was that of I. Simon (1752; 2d ed., 1771). Simon defended the pronunciation Jehovah, which he regarded as representing the three tenses of (Hebrew).

Simonis, Johann, 1698-1768.
http://onlinebooks.library.upenn.edu/webbin/book/lookupname?key=Simonis%2C%20Johann%2C%201698-1768

Benedikt Winer did a later edition of this lexicon.

A History and Guide to Judaic Dictionaries and Concordances, Part 1 (2000)
By Shimeon Brisman

https://books.google.com/books?id=AuuBhRQFf0MC&pg=PA64
Several revised editions of the Lexicon were issued during the next several decades; the best revised edition, prepared by G. B. Winer, was published in Leipzig by Fleischer in 1828. An English edition was published in London in 1832.2

https://books.google.com/books?id=AuuBhRQFf0MC&pg=PA173