Diller Genealogy - Page 36
The following data is extracted from The Diller Family, By JL Ringwalt.
1. Adam married Salome Yundt. Their children were Peter2, George, John, Adam, Sallie, and Catharine.
2. Anna Maria married John Bare, who kept a tavern at the place which has now become Bareville, on the New Holland and Lancaster turnpike, four miles west of New Holland. her son, Adam Bare, born March 21, 1789, is still living (1877) at the advanced age of nearly 89 years. He remains as active as most men of 60, and in full possession of all his faculties. He was successively elected auditor, sheriff, and commissioner of Lancaster County. He had sisters, who respectively married Michael Johns, Henry Good, and Henry Bare, who have each left a number of descendants. Mr. Levi A. Diller saw Adam Bare in the latter portion of November, 1877, and states that " he says he recollects well when Peter Diller moved to Hanover, and he visited him there once." He also substantiates, from personal knowledge, the statement that Peter Diller, of Hanover, was the son of Adam Diller who married Salome Yundt, and who was one of the sons of Philip Adam Diller.
3. Christina Married Peter Baker, and removed to Virginia. They had several children. One of their daughters married Jacob Diffenderfer, of New Holland, who was in the Revolutionary army. I believe he entered it as a drummer boy, and, according to histories of Lancaster County, he was present at the surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown. Another daughter married a man named Harding.
4. Magdalena married Michael Kinzer, and had children named William, Mary, Elizabeth, Catharine, George, Amos, and Margaret.
5. Margaretta married Frederick Baker. Their children were Elizabeth, Mary, Frederick Diller, Catharine, Margaret, and Elias.
6. Leonard married Mary Magdalene Hinkle, of Hinkletown (one of the family who founded that town), Lancaster County; and their children were Jeremiah, George, Elijah (died in infancy), Adam, Elizabeth, and Mary.
7. Peter married Elizabeth Roland on May 18, 1784. Their children were Isaac, born February 7, 17--, died July 21, 1813 (no issues); George (died in infancy); Catharine (who died in infancy); Elizabeth, born October 28, 1789, died September 30, 1869, at 5 o'clock A.M.; Amuel, born November 21, 1791, died November 20, 1820; Mary, born July 2, 1793, died June 10, 1866; Catharine, born June 7, 1795; Lydia, born March 21, 1797; Roland (no issue), born December 5, 1799; Solomon, born February 10, 1802; Amos (died in infancy); Levi (no issue), born February 1, 1805, died September 17, 1829; and Maria, who died in infancy.
z This son Peter, according to the understanding of the New Holland branch of the family, is the progenitor of the Hanover branch
Source: The Diller Family, By JL Ringwalt