Full name Edward Brownlow Haygarth
Born April 26, 1854, Cirencester, Gloucestershire
Died April 14, 1915, Siddington Manor, Gloucestershire (aged 60 years 353 days)
Major teams Gloucestershire, Hampshire
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style (underarm)
Fielding position Wicketkeeper
Education Winchester College
|First-class span||1875 - 1883|
MR. EDWARD BROWNLOW HAYGARTH, born on April 26th 1864, died at Siddington Manor, Cirencester, on April 14th aged 50. He was brother of Messrs. F. and J. W. Haygarth, both of whom were in the Winchester Eleven, and cousin of Mr. Arthur Haygarth, the Old Harrovian, and himself played for Lancing for three seasons commencing 1868. Later he appeared for Hampshire in 1875 and for Gloucestershire in 1883, but without much success. He was described as A fair wicket-keeper and good bat on his day.
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