Hayes

Hayes may refer to:

  • Hayes (surname), including a list of people with the name
  • A.F.C. Hayes, an English football club based in Hayes, Hillingdon
  • Hayes Brake, an American company dedicated to the design and manufacture of non-automotive disc-brakes
  • Hayes F.C., a former English football club that was based in Hayes, Hillingdon
  • Hayes & Yeading United F.C., an English football club formed from the merger of Hayes F.C. and Yeading F.C.
  • Hayes High School, several North American educational institutions
  • Hayes Truck, a Canadian truck manufacturer

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Other articles related to "hayes":

James A. Hayes - Biography
... Hayes was born in Fowler, California on December 5, 1921 ... in 1972, then-Governor Ronald Reagan appointed Hayes to replace him ... On June 1, 1979, Hayes resigned from office ...
John Wayne Filmography (1961–1976) - Filmography - 1934
... Bradbury With George Hayes, Yakima Canutt, Earl Dwire ... Bradbury With George Hayes, Yakima Canutt, Lafe McKee, Earl Dwire ... Bradbury With George Hayes, Yakima Canutt, Lafe McKee, Earl Dwire ...
Edgar Hayes
... Edgar Hayes (May 23, 1904, Lexington, Kentucky – June 28, 1979, San Bernardino, California) was an American jazz pianist and bandleader ... Hayes attended Wilberforce University, where he graduated with a degree in music in the early 1920s ... From 1931 to 1936 Hayes played in and arranged for the Mills Blue Rhythm Band ...
Robert M. Hayes - Publications
... Hayes, Robert M ... Models for Library Management, Decision-Making, and Planning ...
Hayes, South Dakota
... Hayes is an unincorporated community in Stanley County, South Dakota, United States ... Although not tracked by the Census Bureau, Hayes has been assigned the ZIP code of 57537 ... County seat Fort Pierre City Fort Pierre Unincorporated communities Hayes Mission Ridge Indian reservations Cheyenne River Indian Reservation‡ Lower Brule Indian Reservation ...

Famous quotes containing the word hayes:

    I leave the governor’s office next week, and with it public life ... [which] has been on the whole a pleasant one. But for ten years and over my salaries have not equalled my expenses, and there has been a feeling of responsibility, a lack of independence, and a necessary neglect of my family and personal interests and comfort, which make the prospect of a change comfortable to think of.
    —Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)

    Among the interesting thing in camp are the boys. You recollect the boy in Captain McIlrath’s company; we have another like unto him in Captain Woodward’s. He ran away from Norwalk to Camp Dennison; went into the Fifth, then into the Guthries, and as we passed their camp, he was pleased with us, and now is “a boy of the Twenty-third.” He drills, plays officer, soldier, or errand boy, and is a curiosity in camp.
    —Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)

    The Forefathers’ day—Pilgrim day. We are at the same high call here today—freedom, freedom for all. We all know that is the essence of this contest.
    —Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)