Mrs Grube, who suffers from angina and diabetes, said: "Jeff, My husband, went to pick him up at Gatwick Airport and I couldn't sleep that night. Beryl phoned me and said she was 99.9 per cent sure she had found Gavin.

I felt so relieved I couldn't believe it." Gavin, who celebrates his 30th birthday today, has been speaking to his mother through translation software, meaning conversations postponed for 27 years are taking hours to complete.

But they have already established that Gavin, who is married with three children aged between six and 10, would like to return to the country of his birth.

I didn't know anything about them and can't wait to meet them.

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It is no secret that social networking sites are literally bursting with personal information — a definite “perfect spot” for any person looking for information on anyone.

Three years ago, Gavin Paros wrote a short description of himself in Hungarian on a social networking website.

Search experts say that sites such as My Space, Bebo and Facebook, who between them have more than 400 million members, are particularly useful because as well as providing an instant database they also provide lists of friends and relatives who can be used to trace a missing family member.

Among recent web-based reunions was a American mother who found her daughter on My Space some 25 years after giving her up for adoption in Iowa, and a British woman who fled Rangoon in the Second World War and believed all her sisters to be dead until a relative put her maiden name into Google.From the text, she was able to decipher the words Liverpool and Avril, and knew instantly she had found the boy lost 27 years ago when the marriage of Mrs Grube and Joseph Paros broke down.Mrs Wilson said: "As soon as I found him I phoned Avril and said, 'I have some important news', and told her to sit down, and then I heard a merciful scream.Ginger Cucolo knew something was fishy when her husband's online Skype account still wasn't set up for video calls.Then he started ending all his sentences in "Love."That didn't sound like her Tony."It was when Tony first deployed," said Ginger Cucolo, wife of Maj. Tony Cucolo, the 3rd Infantry Division's commanding general.It was this web page which Mrs Wilson, 59, from Liverpool, discovered one evening in March after registering with