This is an aside, not even vaguely important, but it delays a bit of essay wrestling!
When I was learning Baptist history the twin-forebears (they weren't twins but there were two of them, together, even thought they squabbled and fell out later) were Thomas Helwys and John Smith. Common or garden Smith, nothing fancy. Recently he seems to have had a Hyacinth experience, especially across the pond, and become John Smyth, pronounced smythe to rhyme with scythe. Googling him (with Helwys who is rarer, so makes the whole thing work) brings back both spellings, though from UK sources more typically Smith.
So is 'Smith' just not posh enough? Should Smyth be pronounced smith or smythe?
And just who are the equivalents to Onslow and Daisy?! Answers on a postcard to the usual address.