And regarding the naming thing I've had over 20 different spellings of my name the correct one is a fairly unusual spelling of it in England but slightly more typical in Scotland. Alastair is how I spell it but usually shorten it to Al except in official documents and in writing. Weirdest spelling I had was Allistra which was especially strange as that name would be pronounced (ah -YEE - stra ) by the Spanish person who wrote it! Ironically my parents didn't want to give me or my brothers single syllable name as our surname is Wright which is one syllable, yet I shorten Alastair to Al Christopher shortens his to Chris and Matthew to Matt!
When I was at secondary school (all boys) there were two of a set of quads who had double barrelled surnames which I shall call C-H. The boys were called Ferdinand Digby C-H and Clarence Silas C-H although he used Silas, their sisters were called Ernestina and Posey.
If you can fill the unforgiving minute,
With sixty seconds worth of distance run,
Yours is the Earth and everything that's in it,
And - which is more - you'll be a man my son.