All those sites have looked you up because at some time in the past someone else asked about you. Not a thing you can do about it.
But where are these results showing up? Before your own site? How long has your site been established?
For comparison purposes I tried the same thing myself-- not a site: search but a direct search for example.com. My front page came in at #1. (Whew!) But they must not like my anchors, because instead of a single result with sitelinks*, they went on to list an assortment of other pages in no discernible order. (#2 is a page nobody ever visits, though I wish they would ;) One whole directory is conspicuous by its absence. This makes me anxious.)
Scrolling down further (I do 30/page by default so there's a lot to scroll), getting into typo territory, I learn with interest that I am worth $118. This is approximately $118 more than the site has ever earned.
If your actual front page shows up as one of the first
results-- preferably the first if you're searching for your exact name-- you are OK. If it doesn't, you may be in trouble.
* This has no relation to site size. My art studio's site, which is less than 20 pages and gets about two human visitors a week, comes out with a gorgeous array of sitelinks, just as if it were amazon dot com ;)