The search engine Google got its name from the word googol, the number 10 100, that is, the number 1 followed by one hundred zeros and was not named after any one's surname or family name.
At the time of the 1930 census, Barney Google was also the name of the of a very popular comic strip, so popular, in fact, that a song had been written about the cartoon character.
Which all goes to show that if you are looking for ancestors in the census, realize that people did give fake names for multiple reasons making them almost impossible to trace today. People had their names mis-recorded. I'd love to know the story behind Barney Google in the 1930 census.
oh, yeah. And don't believe everything you read in the census.
No mention in the census whether or not he has goo-goo-goo-ga-ly eyes.