Lynde, Sir Humphrey
Lynde, Sir Humphrey an English writer of note, was born in 1579, and was educated first at Westminster School, and then at Christ Church, Oxford; was made bachelor of arts in 1600. He was a member of several Parliaments, and enjoyed other national honors, but he deserves a place here only on account of his works, among which are Via tuta (Lond. 1628, 8vo, and often) and Ancient Characters of the Visible Church, etc. He died June 14, 1636. See Gen. Biog. Dict. s.v.