Diller Genealogy - Page 33
The following data is extracted from The Diller Family, By JL Ringwalt.
ried Thomas H. Griffith, and their children are named Amos Bradford, Frederick Thomas, and William Ash. George R. Amos married Mary Dillon, and his children are named Frederick Ringwalt, Lydia, and James Handley. Catharine Amos married Henry Welsh, and has a son named William Bradford Welsh. Sarah Emily married Frederick Hartstine, and her children are named Willie Amos and Harry Marston. 7. Of the children of Joseph C. Ringwalt, Lansing M. married Mary Jeffreis Brown, of Philadelphia, and has a daughter named Mary Cornelia. Anthony Rutgers married Rosa B. Riely, of Winchester, Virginia, and has children named Robert Joseph and Grace Mizner. 8. of the children of George W. Ringwalt, Emma married Joseph Luther Herman, and had children named Charlie Clayton and John Luther (dead). Phoebe married Harry Musser Rupley, and had children named Arthur Ringwalt and Lucy Ellen. 9. Of the children of Henry L. Ringwalt, Robert Rumney, who now lives at Detroit, Michigan, married Catharine Dermont, and has a daughter named Gertrude Rutgers. Gertrude R. Ringwalt married Noel O'Brien, of Detroit.
l. Of the daughters of Catharine Maxwell (daughter of Isaac Ringwalt), Annie E. married William Walker Campbell, of Topeka, Kansas, and has a daughter named Mary Catharine. Susan Wyeth married George H. McCollis ter, of Topeka, Kansas, and has a daughter named Maud.
2. Anna, daughter of Catharine Elizabeth, the daughter of Cyrus Ringwalt, married Charles F. Weber, of Philadelphia, and has a daughter named Florence Gertrude. 3. Willamenia E. Duff married Henry Balkan, one of the proprietors of the Kensington Iron Works, of Pittsburgh, and has a son named Edward Duff Balkan.
DESCENDANTS OF PHILIP ADAM DILLER
During the progress of the labors connected with the preparation of this sketch, I have become convinced that the Philip Adam Diller who was the grandfather of Roland and Solomon Diller, of New Holland, was that son of Caspar Diller whose name is given in Dr. Diller's list as Jean (Han) Adam. I base this opinion, first, on the statement of my grandmother Ringwalt, born Diller, already reported.
Second, on the belief entertained in New Holland, by members of the family now residing there, as reported in the extract I have quoted from Mr. Levi A. Diller's letter. Third, upon the impossibility of reconciling the acknowledged close relationship between the New Holland and Hanover branches of the family on any other theory; and upon other reasons elsewhere stated.
Source: The Diller Family, By JL Ringwalt