Now, to the Examination of the Version of the Old Testament were appointed, 1. Antonius Thysius; 2. Johannes Polyander; 3. Petrus Plancius, whom, having died, Jacobus Rolandus succeeded, and with Rolandus also dying Abdias Widmarius was appointed by the Synod of Northern Holland; 4. Jodocus Larenus; 5. Sibrandus Lubbertus, in whose place Bernhard Fullenius was substituted; 6. Jacobus Revius; 7. Franciscus Gomarus. To whom, 8. Arnoldus Teekmannus was finally added by a particular Synod of Utrecht.
To the Examination of the Version of the New Testament were appointed, 1. Sebastiaan Damman; 2. Festius Hommius, into whose place succeeded Henricus Arnoldi Lidanus; 3. Gosuinus Geldorpius, whom Willem van Nieuwenhuizen followed; 4. Antonius Walæus, into whose place Carolus Dematius succeeded; 5. Bernhard Fullenius, who was also among the Revisers of the Old Testament; 6. Johannes Langius, whom Caspar Sibelius followed; 7. Ubbo Emmius, whom Heinrich Alting followed. To whom, 8. the men Utrecht added Lodewijk Gerardus van Renesse.
 Abdias Widmarius (1591-1668) was a German Reformed Pastor and scholar. He served as Professor of Old and New Testament Exegesis at Groningen from 1645 to 1668.
 Sibrandus Lubbertus (c. 1556-1625) was a Dutch Reformed Theologian. He served as Professor of Theology at Franeker (1585-1625), and was a prominent participant in the Synod of Dort.
 Jacobus Revius (1586-1658) was a Dutch Reformed theologian, historian, and poet. He was equally energetic in his opposition to Arminianism and Cartesianism. Revius was appointed secretary of the translation committee.
 Sebastiaan Damman (1578-1640) was a Reformed minister in Zutphen. He was appointed to serve as secretary to the Synod of Dort with Festus Hommius.
 Gosuinus Geldorpius (1563-1627) was a Dutch Reformed minister, and opponent of the Remonstrants.
 Carolus de Mæts (1597-1651) was a Flemish Reformed theologian; he served as Professor of Theology at Utrecht from 1640 to 1651.
 Caspar Sibelius (1590-1658) was a Dutch Reformed minister in Deventer.
 Ubbo Emmius (1547-1626) was a German Reformed theologian. Emmius played a leading role in the formation of the University of Groningen, and he served as Professor of History, Geography, and Theology (1614-1625).