Lookup functions are designed to not fully decode a FunctionInfo, LineTable or InlineInfo, they decode only what is needed into a LookupResult object. This allows lookups to avoid costly memory allocations and avoid parsing large amounts of information one a suitable match is found.
LookupResult objects contain the address that was looked up, the concrete function address range, the name of the concrete function, and a list of source locations. One for each inline function, and one for the concrete function. This allows one address to turn into multiple frames and improves the signal you get when symbolicating addresses in GSYM files.