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  1. If you take Hugh Kellenberger and James Brosher and combine the names (Hugh + Brosher) you get: Hugh-sher. Hoosier. Which in and of itself could be the end of a hugh-dge etymologic mistery!

    If you combine the rest you get something like James Brokellenberger which is also very promising: lenbergers were used in Germany as early as the 14th century but they weren’t very durable so later they were replaced by vuvuzelas.

    In any event brokel-lengerber loosely translates as “broken bugle”. Overall Hugh-sher Broken-lenberger is just another way of saying Hoosier Clarion. So I thought Hugh should all know that!

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