Vignier, Nicolas a French Protestant theologian, son of Nicolas Vignier, Sen. (who himself wrote one or two religious works), was born in Germany about 1575. He studied theology at Leyden, and in 1601 became pastor at Blois. He was secretary to the national synods at Gap d'Alais, deputy (in 1609) to the Assembly of Grenoble, and presided over four provincial synods (the last two in 1638 and 1643). He died at Blois about 1645, leaving several religious works, for which see Hoefer, Nouv, Biog. Géneralé, s.v.
His son Nicolas likewise served the Church at Blois, and died at the age of twenty-four.