Van Huysen, Hermanus
Van Huysen, Hermanus an American minister of the Reformed (Dutch) Church. His early, literary advantages were small, and he served during the Revolution as an officer in the American army. At the close of the war he sought to enter the ministry. He studied under the direction of Dr. J. H. Livingston, and was licensed by the Classis of Hackensack, N. J, in 1 793. He preached at Helderberg, Salem, and Jerusalem, 1794-1825. He died in 1833. See Corwin Minutes of the Ref. Church in America, s.v.
Vani'ah (Heb. Vanyah', וִניָה, Jah is praise [Fürst]; Sept. Οὐουνία Οὐουανία and: Οὐῖεχωά Vulg. Vania), an Israelite of "the sons of Bani," who divorced his Gentile wife married after the return from Babylon (Ezr 10:36). B.C. 458.