Hey — sorry you’re running into issues — it looks like your wallet address funded names for the following identity addresses — do you see these addresses in your blockstack browser?
These addresses own a variety of different names — you can look them up e.g., on https://explorer.blockstack.org/address/1EmDr95ct6A98xDC9xGMgxjmQdRvF9TkJs
If you see those addresses, but you don’t see any names, you’re likely experiencing a bug where a background API daemon process crashed, which leads the browser to think that addresses which actually own names no longer own any names. Our next release of the browser won’t depend on that background daemon, which should solve that problem. In the meantime, if you use the hosted browser version (browser.blockstack.org) by restoring your keychain there and adding identity addresses, you should be able to see your names. A preview of that release (v0.28.0) is also available at https://github.com/blockstack/blockstack-browser/releases
Side note: the way I found those addresses was by looking at the bitcoin operations for that wallet address which have a 5500 satoshi output, which means that they are likely blockstack name registrations. A simple script will output those addresses:
$ curl https://blockchain.info/rawaddr/16nvEnB1185tp4nAaSBwEzWtqAmXs3s3kB > /tmp/outputs
$ cat /tmp/outputs | jq '.txs | . | select(.out.value == 5500) | .out.addr' | sed -e 's/"//g'