Indeed my name connects me to the city I live in. On the map you can see that the spelling used to match. You need to be aware though, that in the Dutch language we have a character ÿ that we don't find on our keyboard. (Since there are only 16M Dutch people -who by the way should have about two keyboards each, one at home and one at work- we all just use qwerty keyboards.) Anyway, when handwriting I would spell my name with an E followed by the ÿ, as in Eÿndhoven. The guys that make our passports also only have a qwerty keyboard, so my passport says Eijndhoven. I actually once did get into a little discussion upon entering the USA. In the plane I filled in a customs form spelling my name Eÿ... and customs noticed the mismatch between the form and my passport. Fortunately the twin towers at the time still existed.
There is a lot more to tell about the Dutch "ei", "ij" and "ÿ" but I'm afraid you might get bored.