Tobias de Paauw and his family

Tobias de Paauw was married. He and his wife had four children. The family lived in Amsterdam, where Tobias de Paauw was a shopkeeper. They allowed a few important staff members (including Jacob Melkman) of the underground newspaper Het Parool to hide at their home. They had radio receivers hidden there as well.
Tobias de Paauw was arrested in Amsterdam on 16 January 1942 and locked up at the house of detention on the Nieuwe Doelenstraat. From there he was deported to Mauthausen.
NIOD, Erelijst Verzet en Koopvaardij, database made by J.W. de Leeuw

According to a list with shops of Jewish owners, compiled by the Amsterdam police in 1940, this family had a butter- and cheese shop, address: Lepelstraat 70 in Amsterdam.
Abstracts of the police archives which are currently at the Amsterdam municipal archives

In addition, a Jokos file (number 31075) on this family is at the Amsterdam Municipal Archive. Access is subject to authorization from the Stichting Joods Maatschappelijk Werk.