According to BPP his wife Selma died in childbirth in 1914.
muzeum-miejskie-zabrze.pl has an article about Martin, derived in part at least from information given by BPP. This gives his date of birth as 25/01/1879 and names both Selma geb. Brauer and Lena geb. Brandt as his wives. An undated advertisement for a pig roast at Martin Pick's bar accompanies the biographical data. The information regarding his children can be categorised as follows:
To Selma in or around Zabrze
Else Auguste Pick p.v. Bartenstein ur. 23.11.1904 Klein Zabrze (Małe Zabrze) zg. Shoah [deportowana z Drancy (Francja) 10.08.1942 Auschwitz];
Arthur Pick ur. 25.09.1906 Zabrze zm. 16.11.2002 New York (USA);
Helen Pick p.v. Goldmeier ur. 1908 Ratibor (Racibórz) zm. 1979 (Wielka Brytania);
To Selma in Breslau (to 1914)
Bertha Pick p.v. Steinitz ur. 10.10.1912 Breslau (Wrocław) zm. 12.10.1997 New York (USA);
Rosa Pick ur. 1914 Breslau (Wrocław) zm. 1914 Breslau (Wrocław);
To Helena (mostly) in Breslau
Ismar Pick ur. Adelnau (Odolanów pow. Ostrów Wielkopolski);
Hilde Pick ur. Breslau (Wrocław) zg. Shoah;
Heinz Pick ur. Breslau (Wrocław);
Paul Pick ur. Breslau (Wrocław);
Margot Pick ur. Breslau (Wrocław) zg. Shoah;
Lotte Pick ur. Breslau (Wrocław) zg. Shoah;
Horst Pick ur. Breslau (Wrocław) zg. shoah
Martin appears (with a date of birth in 1878) in the Breslau synagogue community address list (ca 1930) at Friedrich Wilhelmstrasse 56, an address he was sharing with a Helene Pick geb. Brandt born 05/04/1893 who is described as "Ehefr" (wife). Martin is described here as a tailor.
Quellen Zur Geschichte Der Juden In Polnischen Archiven gives his date and place of birth as 25/01/1879 in Bitschin and his last residence as Breslau.
Yad Vashem, citing Memorial book "Victims of the Persecution of Jews under the National Socialist Tyranny in Germany 1933 - 1945", records his birth on 25/01/1879 in Bitschin, his deportation from Breslau to Auschwitz concentration camp on 04/03/1943 and his death the following day.
BPP - name and date of birth: 25 January 1878 or 1879;
muzeum-miejskie-zabrze.pl - birth, death, wives, children and advertisement;
cbj.jhi.pl - entry in Breslau synagogue community address list (ca 1930);
books.google.co.uk - Stefan Grob (Ed.) et al: Quellen Zur Geschichte Der Juden In Polnischen Archiven - Band 2: Ehemalige Preussischen Provinz Schlesien, (De Gruyter), page 143;
This record was last updated on 25/06/2019 at 23:10