Haymo of Feversham
Haymo Of Feversham an ecclesiastic of the 13th century, was born at Feversham, Kent, studied at the University of Paris, where Leland says be was "inter Aristotelicos Aristotelissimus;" became a Franciscan, served at the Church of St. Denis, and on his return to England was made provincial of his order. His eminence in counsel led to his call to Rome, where he was chosen general of the Franciscans. Pits entitles him "speculum honestatis," yet Bale makes him an inquisitor and persecutor in Greece. At the command of pope Alexander IV he corrected and emended the Roman breviary. He died at Anagni, Italy, where the pope in person came to visit him, in 1260. See Fuller, Worthies of England (ed. Nuttall), 2:150.