If you want to divert yourself for a little bit, try the World Names Profiler, which shows you how many times a surname appears in any part of the world. Much to my surprise, there are more Good families in Switzerland than in any English-speaking country. I looked up the name Dravidzius, one of my Charley cases. WNP says there are only a very few families with that name, all of them situated in Alameda County, California. Paul Frank Dravidzius vanished from Contra Costa County, which borders Alameda County. I had wondered about his name. I have never heard of it before and can’t really guess as to its origin, though I know Dravidian people come from southeast Asia.
Also of interest to me tonight: Hear Names, which tells you how to pronounce names in various foreign languages.