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Profiles

  • Aladár Pick (1884 - d.)
    1915-05-16 Hungarian Marriage Record - Ignacz HALOM (born 3/5/1878 Budapest, son of Adolf HAHN and Henrietta SUSZMANN) married Borbala PICK (born 15/8/1885 Budapest, daughter of Ede PICK and Zsofia WEL...
  • Univ.-Prof. Dr.med. Alois Pick (1859 - 1945)
    Jewish Encyclopedia : Alois Pick , Austrian physician, medical author, and dramatist; born at Karolinenthal, near Prague, Bohemia, Oct. 15, 1859. He studied medicine at the universities of Prague and V...
  • Boriska - Borbala Stern - Halom (1885 - d.)
    1904-12-04 Hungarian Marriage Record - Alfred Abraham STERN (born 6/3/1867 Budapest, son of Jozsef STERN and Sarolta PICK) married Boriska PICK (born 15/8/1885, daughter of Ede PICK and Zsofia BAUER) o...
  • Brauna Horowitz (deceased)
    כתובות בית הכעלמין היהודי בפראג דף 121
  • Ede Pick (deceased)
    1904-12-04 Hungarian Marriage Record - Alfred Abraham STERN (born 6/3/1867 Budapest, son of Jozsef STERN and Sarolta PICK) married Boriska PICK (born 15/8/1885, daughter of Ede PICK and Zsofia BAUER) o...

About the Pick surname

The surname has three ancestral areas I know of for sure, and possibly a fourth one, each in a different area.

1. A Jewish surname in the area near the mutual borders of Poland, the Czech Republic and Germany, in parts now mainly Polish, in Silesia.

2. A German, mainly Lutheran surname, centered around the coast of the North sea.

3. An English surname, thought to be a variant of Peck, mainly Methodists.

4. A distortion of sefardic Pico, originally from Catalonia, Spain (conjectural, I have seen no proof).

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Balázs Déri says :

Some of these Pick families as well as Pikey travellers in Brittania may be related to Pik-Raj tribe of Iranian Gypsies who might once have belonged to Rajput cast .

See Rajput,Zigeuner,Alexander,Trenka,Purecse,Cifut,Inca,Arauco,Rakowitz,Katscher, Czitrom,Czinka,Wilczek,Chile,Rothwalsch,Horpácsi,Horpatzky,Petry and more !