Diller Genealogy - Page 30
The following data is extracted from The Diller Family, By JL Ringwalt.
Emanuel Diller is engaged with Cyrus in the same business; their address is Hanover, York County, Pennsylvania. William S. Diller served as a major in the late war, and is now in the Custom House, New York. Luther Yundt Diller served as captain, was wounded in the Battle of Cold Harbor, and is now in the coal and lumber business at East Berlin, Adams County, Pennsylvania. Lewis Diller is engaged in the milling business near the same place. Simon J. Diller served as lieutenant, and is the proprietor of the Diller House, Hanover; Adam S. Diller is a farmer near Hanover; and Dr. David Diller is a physician at York Sulphur Springs, Adams County, Pennsylvania.
2. Mrs. Jacobs, daughter of Mrs. Sheaffer, had one son named Adam, and one daughter, Susannah, who married Jacob Ranck, and resides on a farm near Beartown, Lancaster County. Mr. Ranck is a descendant of the Philip Adam branch of the Diller family, through Philip Adam's son Adam.
3. The descendants of the original Caspar Diller, in the sixth generation, through the children of Mrs. Catharine Ringwalt, are as follows: 1. Elizabeth, first married Samuel Diller (of the Philip Adam Branch of the Diller family), and had by him three children, Catharine Amelia (who died in infancy), Peter, who died without issue, and Charles Augustus Diller, who now resides at or near Sterling, Illinois; by a second marriage with Aaron Vogdes (a widower, whose first wife was the niece of General Anthony Wayne), she had one son, named Jacob, and three daughters, named Anna Elizabeth, Sarah Worthington, and Catharine Ringwalt. 2. Isaac Ringwalt married Mary Wilson, and had seven children, viz., Elmina, Catharine, Elizabeth, and four sons who died in infancy.
3. Catharine Ringwalt was twice married; first, to Or. Ferdinand Strine, by whom she had two children, Mary Catharine and Ferdinand; and second, to John Vaughn, by whom she had one daughter, named Isabella. 4. Samuel Ringwalt was married three times; first, on March 9, 1824, to Sarah McCausland, daughter of Major William McCausland, of Leacock Township, Lancaster County; she had one child that died in infancy; second, to Louisa Luther, by whom he had four children named John Luther (born October 18, 1828), George Bryan Porter, Louisa Catharine, and Samuel; third, to Anna Parke, by whom he had children named Thomas Parke (died in infancy), Anna Mary, Ella Virginia (died in infancy), Jacob Parke, Jane Edge, and Abiah Parke. 5. Cyrus Ringwalt, who married Ann Sheaffer, had ten children, named Catharine, Elizabeth, George W., Mary Jacobs (who now resides at Pittsburgh), Margaret Ann (married William Noaker, and died without issue), John Jacob, Lydia Sarah, Emma Jane (married Henry H. Geyer, of Mechanicsburg), Cyrus, Jr., Louis, and Clara (married Herbert Brigton, and died without issue). 6. Lydia Ringwalt, who married Abel B. Amos, emigrated to Ohio, and had eight children, Ann Caroline, Frederick, Catharine M., Lydia,
Source: The Diller Family, By JL Ringwalt