Upon closer inspection of the actual images, it's clear that the first name is not Neiah.
Instead it's Uriah.
I suppose that first letter could be misred as a "U."
But that "r" that's the second letter? How does one get an "e" out of that? That's almost a classic lower case cursive "r."
We won't start posting every transcrption error on Ancestry.com here. But occasionally, it helps all of us to remember that any name can be read and keyed into a database incorrectly sometimes so incorrectly that searching based upon that name is not really effective at all.