He was christened in 1782 at St James, Clerkenwell, the son of Jonathan and Catherine.
No record of his marriage to Sarah Dinah has been traced.
Their two children were christened at churches in Clerkenwell in 1812 and 1815.
The burial of his wife Sarah Dinah aged 25 years, late of Holloway, was registered at St Mary, Islington in 1816.
He married Mary Ward in 1821 at St Pancras parish church; he was from St John’s parish, Clerkenwell.
A son was christened at St James, Clerkenwell in 1823 when their address was Middleton Terrace.
Their three daughters were christened at All Saints, Camden between 1825 and 1830 when their address was Camden Street.
George Pritchard of London in 1809, William James Lampright of London in 1810, Robert Arnold Hucks of Bermondsey in 1811, William Henry Morris of London in 1825, Charles Thomas Parson of Devon and Henry George Wiggins of London both in 1831 and Edward Stokes of Camden in 1832 all signed to be his apprentices.
His sons Samuel Holditch Thomas (born 1814) and Watson Ward (born 1822) were made free by patrimony in 1835 and 1843 respectively.
He was recorded in the 1841 UK Census aged 59 years of independent means living with his wife Ann and his family at Park Hill House, Park Lane, Croydon.
His burial in 1848 aged 65 years, late of Christ Church district, was registered at St John, Clerkenwell.
The Will of Jonathan Hayne, silversmith late of Park Hill, Croydon, was proved for probate on 24th June 1848 (National Archives reference PROB 11/2076/261).