Pavel Gellner took over the fabric shop from his father. In 1904 he converted from Judaism to Catholicism by marrying Zdenka Majánková. His merit in the city was u. a. the founding of the trade school to improve the education system.
In 1939 his house was taken from the family when Czechoslovakia was occupied by Germany. Zdenka moved to the spa town of Poděbrady, while Pavel lived in Prague. He died from pneumonia.
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