15821645, Jul 27
an English schoolmaster and theologian. The son of Robert Hayne of Thrussington, Leicestershire, he matriculated from Lincoln College, Oxford, on 12 October 1599. He was admitted B.A. on 23 January 1605, was appointed second under-master of Merchant Taylors' School, London, in the same year, became usher at Christ's Hospital in 1608, and commenced M.A. in 1612. After he died and was buried in Christ Church, London, a monument, destroyed in the Great Fire of London, was erected to his memory.
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