Diller Genealogy - Page 29
The following data is extracted from The Diller Family, By JL Ringwalt.
positive in showing hostility to individuals, and to those acts which failed to meet with his approval."
The descendants of the John Diller, of Churchtown, who was the brother of Adam Diller, and the grandson of the first Caspar, in this and later generations, are mentioned in the letters already printed from the members of the Maryland and Lebanon families of Dillers, but they will be recapitulated, as far as known, on the theory that they are all descendants of the John Diller who was one of the sons of Han Martin. Of the Maryland branch there is, in the fifth generation, Louisa Wright, of Eureka, Kansas; Mary Spurrier, of Johnsville, Maryland; William H. Diller (dead); John Diller and Jacob Diller, of Mt. Pleasant, Maryland; and Levi Diller, of Green Center, Noble County, Indiana. Of the Lebanon Branch there are, in the fifth generation, the children of Adam, to wit, Justina, John (now living in Lebanon), David, and Mary.
7. Of the descendants in the fourth generation through Caspar Diller, Jr., named above, the following information is given: Martin had one daughter; Peter is a bachelor; Joseph had a number of children, one of whom is named Edwin; Eliza married Mr. Bollinger, from Missouri, and has several sons; Mary married Mr. Leidich, and has two sons, named Adam M. and Diller J.; Anna married Daniel Diller, from Hanover; Rebecca married Mr. Black, and has a daughter named Salome; Juliana married Mr. Elbert.
8. Samuel Diller, one of the descendants in the fourth generation through Caspar Diller, Jr., left three sons named Simon, who is a United Brethren minister at Churchtown, Samuel who resides at the old home near Dillsburg, and Cyrus, who removed to Michigan.
l. Of the descendants of Peter and Anna Margaretta Diller, in the sixth generation from the original Caspar Diller, the following information is given: Daniel (of the fifth generation) who married Anna (a descendant of Caspar Diller, Jr.), had sons named Adam (no issue), Isaac (no issue), Peter Martin (no issue), Emanuel, David, Lewis, and three daughters, Clarissa (unmarried), Matilda (unmarried), and Eliza (unmarried); Samuel had six sons, named Cyrus, Isaiah, Adain, Simon, William, Luther, and two daughters, Belinda and Elizabeth.
The occupation and residence of the living male members of the Hanover branch of the Diller family is as follows: Cyrus Diller was a colonel in the 76th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, and is a railroad contractor.
Source: The Diller Family, By JL Ringwalt