1880's Susie Antonie Kucera Coucher Hruby CDV Photo, Linn, Iowa (Ruby)
#211: Susan Antonie Kucera Coucher Ruby
On reverse: "Susie Coucher" is handwritten in old period pen and ink script. Also a name and address: "JP Hruby 48 1st St, Cedar Rapids." Photo type: 1870's CDV Carte de visite Photo. Photographer: S.T. Wiggins, 17 South Commercial St. Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Linn County (known to be Silas Wiggins, Silas Truman Wiggins, originally of Waldo, Waldo County Maine)
Found in Public Genealogy Records:
Iowa Marriages, 1809-1992:
Susie (Antonie) Kucera (Coucher)
Birth Date: 1863.
Birth Place: Bohemia, Austria (Austrian)
Marriage Date: 15 Jul 1882
Marriage Place: Cedar Rapids, Linn, Iowa
Father: John Kucera
Mother: Mary Novak Kucera
Spouse: John Hruby
Iowa Marriages, 1809-1992
Birth Place: Bohemia, Austria
Marriage Date: 15 Jul 1882 Cedar Rapids, Linn County, Iowa
Father: Mathew Hruby.
Mother: Rosalie Urbanek Hruby
Spouse: Susie Antonie Kucera Hruby
Susan Antonie Kucera born in Bohemia, Austria in 1863, and at age 19 married John Hruby in Cedar Rapids, Linn County, Iowa. Her mother's name was Mary Novak, and her father was John Kucera. His parents were Mathew Hruby and Rosalie Urbanek. He was also born in Bohemia. This photo is signed by him with an address, presumably before they married.
A great family signed piece. The name Hruby also begins to appear as "Ruby" in later Cedar Rapids census lists, into the 20th century. The surname Hruby is also seen in Illinois. Cedar Rapids had a considerable Czech Czechoslovakia, Czechoslovakian immigrant population at this time. Found in New England, she may also have roots there. An amazingly beautiful Victorian image of young Susan Coucher.
Size 2.5 x 4 inches
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