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John Wilson Ruckman - Early Life
... Ruckman was born at Deers, Illinois, a flag-station just southeast of the University of Illinois ... His parents, Thomas and Mary O'Brien Ruckman, were farmers ... and Wilson Ruckman served the Union Army with distinction in the American Civil War (Company A, Illinois 35th Infantry) ...
Ruckman
... Ruckman may mean Ruckman, West Virginia Ruckman (Australian rules football position) Peter Ruckman, Baptist minister and King James Only advocate John Wilson Ruckman, famous ...
Robert Campbell (Australian Rules Footballer)
... In 2007, he became the Hawks' number one ruckman after Peter Everitt's departure to the Sydney Swans ... In percentage terms, no other AFL ruckman hits the ball to the advantage of his on-ballers more often than Campbell ... and was a crucial part of the Premiership side, as the number one ruckman at the Hawks ...
Graeme Jenkin
... A ruckman, Jenkin first appeared for Collingwood in the 1963 season and after managing just three games that year missed all of 1965 with a broken leg ... their finals side and with first choice ruckman Ray Gabelich retiring that year he looked like getting more regular game time ... The emergence of Len Thompson again relegated him to second ruckman but he played full seasons in 1970 and 1971 ...
Peter Ruckman
... Peter Sturges Ruckman (born November 19, 1921) is an American Independent Baptist pastor ... Ruckman is perhaps best known for his assertion that the King James Version constitutes "advanced revelation" and is the final, preserved word of God for English speakers ...