MILDRED RACHEL BUCHHOLTZ
Mildred Rachel Buchholtz "Mid" (Johann Christian Jochim Buchholtz, (Martin) Johann Wilhelm Buchholz, Martin Jochim Heinrich Buchholtz, Franz Christian Buchholtz) was born 3 August 1900 in Miami County, Ohio. She died 10 June 1995 in clinton County, Ohio and was buried in Highland Park, Covington, Miami County, Ohio.
Mildred married (1) Charlres L. J. Cornor on 19 June 1915 in Miami County, Ohio. Charles was born 1 February 1896. He died 6 August 1967 in Piqua Memorial Hospital, Piqua, Miami County, Ohio.
Mildred also married (2) Fred Morrin.
1. Charles Joseph Cornor "Joe" was born 24 July 1920. He died 9 May 1974 in Miami Valley Hospital, Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio.
Joe married Velva Irene Applegate. They had the following children:
a. Renee Irene Cornor
b. Joseph Jr. Cornor
c. Marjorie Denise Cornor
d. Marilyn Cornor
JOE CORNOR WEDS VELVA APPLEGATE - On Friday evening, September 4th at 8:00 P.M. in the Brethren parsonage, a quiet but very impressive wedding service was conducted. The participating parties were Mr. Charles Joseph Cornor, of Covington, Ohio and Miss Velva Applegate of Greenville, Ohio. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cornor of East Waltnut Street, Covington, Ohio. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Applegate of Greenville, Ohio. The young people will establish their home on North High Street, Covington, Ohio in the near future. Our best wishes go with them.
2. Margaret Jean Cornor was born 1923 and died 25 March 2007. Margaret married Aaron Clay Flora Sr. on 21 November 1941 in Middleboro, Kentucky.
They had the following children:
a. Clay Flora
b. Mark Flora
c. Becky Flora
d. Kathy Flora
e. Karen Flora
f. Karol Flora
Announce Marriage of their Daughter - Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cornor are announcing the marriage of their only daughter, Margaret Jean to Mr. Clay Flora which was solemized
November 21, 1941 in a quiet, impressive single ring service in Middleboro, Kentucky. The bride is a very attractive young woman and was graduated from Covington high school with the class of
1940 and for some time has been employed as a bookkeeper with the Johnston Construction Company. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Flora of Morrow, Ohio, and holds a responsible
position at Wright Field, in Dayton, Ohio. For the present Mr. and Mrs. Flora will reside with the bride's parents where they are receiving congratulations and the very best wishes of a large
circle of friends for much happiness and success.
SOURCES: Social Security Records, obituaries, The Piqua Daily Call Newspaper, Helen Buchholz Smith, and Aunt Marie Buchholtz Miller's scrapbook.