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What did James B Miller do?

1801–1854). James B. Miller, early Texas physician and public official, was a native of Kentucky, probably born about 1801. In 1834 he was a member of the legislature of Coahuila and Texas, which established the Department of the Brazos and made him its political chief.

What happened to Jim Miller?

Miller was referred to by some by the alias “Deacon Jim” because he regularly attended the Methodist Church, and he did not smoke or drink. He was lynched in Ada, Oklahoma, in 1909 along with three other men, by a mob of residents angry that he had assassinated a former deputy U.S. marshal.

Is Jim Miller a wrestler?

Jim Miller was an NCAA Division II champion at 134 pounds for the University of Northern Iowa in 1974 and 1975 and placed second and fourth in Division I those same years. Miller received the Lifetime Service to Wrestling award from the Iowa Chapter of the Hall of Fame in 2001.

Is Jim Miller a black belt?

He currently holds a black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu under Jamie Cruz. Miller began training in mixed martial arts in 2005 when he began training at Planet Jiu-Jitsu in Sparta, New Jersey with his brother Dan Miller.

How many UFC wins does Jim Miller have?

Jim Miller Record: 32-16-0 (1 NC) W/L Fighter Str win Jim Miller Takanori Gomi 8 1 loss Jim Miller Diego Sanchez 56 48 loss Jim Miller Michael Chiesa 7 13 win Jim Miller Danny Castillo 45 35