No photograph available, this is an imaginary portrait made with the assistance of AI, based on the portrait of her father 1
Aina Emilia Sojonen née Kutvonen 1877 – 1928
Aina Emilia was a younger half-sister of Alexander Kutvonen.
When she turned 18, she left Vyborg for Helsinki.
We don't know whether she intended to find work as a servant or
whether she came specifically to help her half-sister
Amanda Stolt's family with many children,
to look after the children,
especially her wild daughter Aina,
who was only 3 years old when Emilia arrived.
After two years, however, Emilia returned to Vyborg,
where she met Emil Valfrid Sojonen,
a railwayman, whom she married in 1901.
Emil was apparently a hard-working man who progressed from being a locomotive
cleaner—presumably through working as a locomotive helper and locomotive stoker (fireman)—to
a locomotive driver.
Emilia and Emil had nine children, one girl and eight boys.
1 This is an imaginary picture of how young Emilia Kutvonen might have looked
based on the AI-assisted portrait of her father
with generic female characteristics added.