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Ancestors of Gyözö (Viktor) Berecz
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The surname BERECZ, and its variation BERECZKY, are derived from the name of one of the eastern-most
towns of historic Hungary ... Bereczk now Bretçu, Romania ... where our family presumably originated. Many of our Berecz
ancestors were Lutheran pastors and teachers in western Hungary. Though they may have had noble roots in medieval
Transylvania, the Berecz' of Ság did not flout that distinction until Vic's paternal grandfather came along. Gyözö (Viktor)
Berecz is described as an eccentric, pompous, and self-centered man who drank to excess. Thankfully,
subsequent generations of Berecz men did not follow in his footsteps. His photos speak for themselves.
Child's Restaurant headwaiter.
Had a liking for off-beat costumes.
25th Anniversary commemoration ... without mention of his wife!
U.S. passport for trip to Hungary.
including Csajbók, Somogyi,
Zsámboki, and Hanzsér.
including Szekely, Fekete (Nigrini),
Farkas, Pálfi, and Mátis.
1874 - Gábor and Ábel Berecz:
fulfilling their military obligation.
1887 - Berecz Family in Ostfyassonyfa:
Zsófia, Gábor Jr, Iza, Gyözö, and headmaster Gábor.
1912 - Berecz Family in New York:
Victor, Gyözö, and Eszter.
1923 - Gábor Berecz and Zsófi Mátis:
retired in Beled.
1940 - Berecz Family in Norwalk ...
Vic, Viktor, Esther, Victor, Helen.
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Last updated on 30 APR 2019.
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