Re: BIRO name #general
Dear Irena and Genners,
I am posting my response to you via Jewishgen, because, as others have
discovered, our email to you is bouncing back as undeliverable.
I cannot help you personally, but I do have wonderful book on my shelf,
all short humorous stories concerning Jews. It was written by Adam BIRO,
entitled *Two Jews on a Train - Stories >from the old country and the new*
128 pages long. It was translated into English by Catherine Tihanyi, and
was published in 1998. Hence BIRO is probably still alive.
BIRO is Jewish and described as a French publisher and author who was born
in Hungary. The Introduction does list one or two other relatives who were
published. One was a grandfather named Dr. Luy GYOERGY (1883-1960) and an
uncle, Hegedues NANDOR (1884-1969). NANDOR has a son Bodi who lives in
At 12:01 AM -0500 7/13/02, JewishGen Discussion Group digest wrote:
Subject: Looking for roots - BIROJeremy