Bayne (or Baines), Ralph Dd
Bayne (Or Baines), Ralph D.D., an English prelate, was a native of Yorkshire, and was educated at St. John's College, Cambridge. He afterwards went to Paris, where he was for some time royal professor of Hebrew. He remained abroad until the accession of queen Mary, when he was consecrated bishop of Lichfield and Coventry. On the accession of Elizabeth he was deprived and for some time imprisoned, but,afterwarqs lived in the bishop of London's house. He died in 1559. He published, Prima Rudimenta in Linguam Hebraicum (Paris, 1550).