Haygarth

Hay·garth

(hā'garth),
John, English physician, 1740-1827. See: Haygarth nodes.
References in periodicals archive ?
CONGRATULATIONS to Paul and Yvette Dixon for hosting an open day at their Haygarth House stables that combined past, present and future occupants of their training operation.
Chief pharmacist Lynn Haygarth said: "The relocation of the pharmacy is a very positive move for the trust.
Edmund Haygarth, for Jobson said he had no previous convictions and suffered from depression.
Hartlepool businessmen Andrew William Haygarth, 37, and his brother Lee James Haygarth, 29, were among five men and a teenager charged with the kidnap of Tony Stephen on January 3.
Andrew Haygarth, managing director, said: "This is a prestigious contract which reflects the high quality of the work carried out by the company.
This advertising effort has been supported by a public relations program lead by The Haygarth Group, also of the UK.
Edmund Haygarth, prosecuting, said Ferguson and her brother, Neil Barnes, were granted control over their dad's finances in 2011.
MY WIFE and I recently attended an excellent open day at Haygarth House stables, home to Milk It Mick and a glut of lovely two-year-olds, followed by a superb day's racing at Doncaster, and we wanted to send a big thank you to Paul and Yvette Dixon for their warm hospitality.
Mr Haygarth told the court: "He was seduced by the thought of easy money and being able to pay off debts.
Other high achievers included Matthew Sutcliffe, who got seven A*s, two As and two B; John Haygarth, who got five A*s, two As, three Bs and one C; Rudi Carter with one A*, seven As, two Bs and one C and Helena Mapals, with three A*s, four As, three Bs and one C.
Edmund Haygarth, prosecuting, said Mrs Grogan returned home after visiting her husband in hospital and saw Finnie pulling at her fence.
Rowlands CA, with Roy Haygarth unbeaten on 70, amassed 156-1 as they easily accounted for Procter and Gamble (99-6).