No photographs available, these are imagenary portraits made with the assistance of AI 1
Gustaf (Kustaa) Adolf Kutvonen 1873 – 1936
and Matilda (Tilda) Kutvonen 1892 – 1962 (?)
Gustaf Adolf was Alexander Kutvonen's younger half-brother
and the other of the children of Niklas Kutvonen and
Maria Kristina Myyra who reached adulthood.
At first, he worked as an ordinary labourer in Vyborg but later specialised as a painter.
Gustaf married Amalia Katrina Lindroos in 1897.
However, Amalia died in the spring of 1912.
Gustaf remarried a few years later, in 1915, to Matilda (Tilda) Kettunen.
By this time, Gustaf was already a machine shop worker, apparently at the Hovinmaa Paper Mill.
Matilda had changed her first name,
which had previously been Ida—possibly due to confusion
caused by the all too common name Ida Kettunen.
There are not many details available about Matilda.
She was probably born in 1892 and lived as a Carelian evacuee for a long time
after her husband's death and the Second World War, until 1962.
As far as we know, Gustaf had no children from either of his marriages.
1 The picture of Gustaf Adolf is an imaginary portrait of how he might have looked.
It is based on photographs of his father's male descendants:
Niilo, Juha, and Petri
The portrait of Matilda is purely fictional,
but it has some of the characteristics typical of Finnish women.