Pic, Jean a young French Christian, suffered martyrdom for his devotion to the Protestant cause. He was born in 1546, and flourished at Tournay. Together with his friend, Hugo Destailleur, accused of heresy, they were proven to have circulated the Genevese tracts, and refusing to recant, were imprisoned; and March 22, 1565, were sentenced to be burned to death. Thev died faithful to the Lord they had decided to serve. See Hurst, Martyrs to the Truct Cause, pages 154-164.