Theodore B. Hayne Biographical Collection 1907-1995
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Physician. Hayne received his M.D. from the Medical College of South Carolina and began his practice in Greenville, S.C. During the Spanish-American war he was a corporal in Company D, 1st South Carolina Infantry Regiment. He was the son of Theodore B. Hayne (b. 1841) and Lilah Adams. In 1897 he married Frances D. Thorn. From the description of Letter, 1898 June 11. (The South Carolina Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 37522006 ...
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Theodore Brevard Hayne was born on August 3, 1898 to Dr. and Mrs. James Adams Hayne in Blackstock, South Carolina. As a child Theodore attended school in Washington D.C., Greenville, South Carolina, and in Panama where his father worked. At the age of twelve Theodore attended The Porter Military College for four years and later attended The Citadel from which he graduated in 1920. After completing college Theodore accepted a job with the United States Public Health Service where he specialized i...