email "your name comes from…" needs improving
Family history is endlessly fascinating, and surname backgrounds can throw odd sidelights onto the complex picture. But the familysearch "discover" webpage offers surprisingly little.
For instance, my surname "Humphreys" comes from the Christian name "Humphrey", an obvious shortening of "Humphrey's son". The name first appears in England as a forename about 1000AD, a bit before the Norman invasion. It may derive from a French pronunciation of the Humfrid clan, who governed Swabia and were Electors of the Holy Roman Emperor in those days.
But Familysearch doesn't say so.
A relative discovered 15 different forms of the surname used in Ireland 1650-1900, even "Umphreys". Our own family probably started as Humphreys, and added an "s" to their spelling in the 1750s. Familysearch only mentions two spellings.
Their information comes from a single source. With a bit of work this could be a useful and informative addition to their service. However at the moment it is inadequate.