Many genealogists who don’t speak Dutch use Google Translate or Chrome to translate Dutch websites into English. But sometimes, these programs translate more than you want.
A person named Van der Molen might become From the Mill or a Dhr. Timmerman becomes Mr. Carpenter. The same could happen with geographical names: a village called De Rijp might become The Ripe and a street address Haven 5 might become Harbor 5.
Next time you see an English name in a translated text, check the original text to see what it says.