Haymo of Hythe
Haymo Of Hythe an English prelate, was born at Hythe, Kent, and made bishop of Rochester in the twelfth year of Edward II's reign, to whom he was confessor. In his native town he founded a hospital, and enlarged the episcopal palace. In his old age he resigned his bishopric, lived on his own estate, and lied about 1355. See Fuller, Worthies of England (ed. Nuttall), 2:135.