Diller Genealogy - Page 22
The following data is extracted from The Diller Family, By JL Ringwalt.
notably of Mrs. Catharine Maxwell, of Topeka, Kansas; and of my sister, Louisa C. Ringwalt; and if similar traits have been displayed by all the female members of the family it has better reason to be proud of its women than its men, however highly they may justly be esteemed.
[One of the lady members of the family insists that I shall make this addition here: "It can be truthfully said of them (the men) that they were proverbially kind and attentive in their homes, excellent providers for their families, and zealous advocates of the education of their children."]
CASPAR DILLER'S DESCENDANTS
Dr. David Diller also furnished me a genealogical chart, and from it and other sources, I compile the following: --
Caspar Diller, Senior, born in Alsace, about 1670 or 1675. Died at Loch Platz, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, about 1770 or 1775, aged 100 years, nearly.
1. Philip Adam Diller.
2. Jean (Han) Martin Diller. 3. Caspar Diller, Jr.;
and seven daughters, whose husband's names were Keiner, Croft, Sweiger, Breckbill, Imbodia, Ensminger, and Sensabach.
1. Philip Adam Diller had a son named Adam, besides other sons and daughters. [A full list of these descendants is given hereafter under the head of Philip Adam Diller.]
2. Jean (Han) Martin Diller had a son Adam, a son John, and perhaps other sons and daughters.
3. Caspar Diller, Jr., had seven sons and five daughters, named Caspar, Martin, John, David, Benjamin, George, Solomon, Elizabeth, Catharine, Magdalene, Juliana, Christiana; one of the daughters was Mrs. Frederick Myers, and another Mrs. George Diehl.
Source: The Diller Family, By JL Ringwalt