ISAAC W. HAYNE, MIDN, USN

From USNA Virtual Memorial Hall
Isaac Hayne '05

Date of birth: March 23, 1883

Date of death: January 20, 1907

Age: 23

Lucky Bag

From the 1905 Lucky Bag:

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Isaac William Hayne

Greenville, South Carolina

"Ikey" "Fatty"

One of those buxom, fat, rosy-cheeked lads that never looks cool. Has had trouble with the Language Department since entering, but did not have to resort to the use of a gramophone. Gets the real article every Xmas fresh from the cob. Usually around with Squire and Skump to help with the mixing. Got his class ring plebe year. A most valuable acquisition on a launch party, if you can keep him from jumping overboard.

"Got some hot bare, felluhs." The other McSorley twin.

"286—Hayne, sir."

Buzzard (1) Class Football (1) Rifle Team (2) Santee (2) Indiana (4).

1905 Hayne LB.jpg

Isaac William Hayne

Greenville, South Carolina

"Ikey" "Fatty"

One of those buxom, fat, rosy-cheeked lads that never looks cool. Has had trouble with the Language Department since entering, but did not have to resort to the use of a gramophone. Gets the real article every Xmas fresh from the cob. Usually around with Squire and Skump to help with the mixing. Got his class ring plebe year. A most valuable acquisition on a launch party, if you can keep him from jumping overboard.

"Got some hot bare, felluhs." The other McSorley twin.

"286—Hayne, sir."

Buzzard (1) Class Football (1) Rifle Team (2) Santee (2) Indiana (4).

Loss

Isaac "died on board U.S.S. Charleston at Magdalena Bay, Cal. of acute peritonitis" on January 20, 1907.

Other Information

From researcher Kathy Franz: "His father was Paul, an insurance agent; mother Millie; brothers Paul Jr., a U.S. Army lieutenant, and Francis; sisters Adele, Hattie, Millie and Frances."

Isaac is buried in South Carolina.



Class of 1905

Isaac is one of 4 members of the Class of 1905 on Virtual Memorial Hall.

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