You ought to give an example in your bug report. It doesn’t make sense in my culture. Is this something specific to your culture?
In the US, it is increadingly unusual for the given name (first & middle) to repeat in the next generation. Generally, such Junior/Senior ‘namesakes’ only are given with the 1st child of the same gender as their eponymous parent.
So… John Smith and Mary (nee Jones) Smith might have 5 children: Susan Smith, John Smith Jr., Larry Smith, Elizabeth Smith, & Franklin Smith. Thus only 1 of 5 children inherit the given name.
(My immediate family is unusual. Mom was unhappily a namesake of her mother. She had to go by her middle name to avoid confusion. That caused arguments with petty bureacrats her whole life. One brother was a junior of Dad & my other brother was named for our grandfathers. And my nephew was named for my brother-in-law.)
On the other hand, the surname (last name or patrilineal family name) is almost always inherited.