Can anyone confirm this reported origin of the Kagy name:
"[In the early 1700s] in Switzerland a Mr. Kale fell in love with and married a Miss Gibber. Their union was blessed with a son. After a time they separated and the lady became so bitter that she would not allow her child to bear his father's name. The
matter was decided in the courts. A new name for the child was composed from the first two letters of his father's name, Kayla], and the first two letters of his mother's name, GI[bler], so the name KAKI, as it is still written in Switzerland, was started."