Diller Genealogy - Page 45
The following data is extracted from The Diller Family, By JL Ringwalt.
ture of a superior explosive substance to be used in the war of the Rebellion), Roland W. married Miss Ridgway, of Philadelphia, and lives in Springfield, Illinois, Annie, who married Augustus Ayers, a banker in Jacksonville, Illinois.
B). William Eiller, married Mary Vogan, and had issue named Roland, Vogan (who went to California, and was pecuniarily successful in that State), Luther (who married Mary Ann Shirk, of New Holland), Margaret (who mar ried Isaac Hull, of New Holland), and Susan, who married George W. Smith, of New Holland.
C.) Julia, who married Mr. Graybill, had issue named Eliza Binkly, Abraham, Susan Bowman, Kitty, Maria, Julia Getz.
D.) Isaac, who married, successively, two Miss Graybills, had issue by the first wife (Susan G.) named Susie and Nancy, and by the second wife, named Sallie G., his issue were named Rachel and Roland.
E.) Rachel, who married Philip Sprecher, had issue named Susanna (who became Mrs. Styer), Jonathan, Rachel (who married Mr. Miller), William, George, and Date, who married John Reigart.
F.) Of Isaac Diller's issue by his second wife, Maria Graybill, there was, l. Graybill, who married Lucy Miller, and had issue named Maria, now the wife of Col. Joseph C. Hess, of Philadelphia; Isaac, who at last accounts was living at Holly Springs, Mississippi; Levi, and George, who married Theresa, daughter of Christian Rine, of Lancaster, Pennsylvania;
2. Emma, who married Henry Crise, and had issue, Maria, Graybill, Lucinda, and Henry. Maria married Cyrus Mentzer;
3. Adam, who removed to Illinois;
4. Amos, of New Holland, who married Mary Carpenter, and has issue named Edwin, Emman, and William.
To this generation belong, 1st, descendants of Adam Diller; 2. Grandchildren of Jacob Diffenderfer and his first wife, the daughter of Christina and Peter Baker. 3. The great-grandchildren of Magdalena Diller, who married Michael Kinzer. They are numerous. Independent of those already mentioned under the head of fourth generation, there are the children of Maria Magdalena, daughter of George Kinzer, who married Henry Yundt, who for a number of years kept the Blue Ball Tavern, on the Downingtown and Harrisburg
Source: The Diller Family, By JL Ringwalt