|April 8, 1724
VanBebber and wife Hermana of Cecil County granted to
HANS TOTTWEILER OF Bebbers Township, Philadelphia
county for 25 pounds, 102 acres, 52 perches.
|June 26, 1761
||Will of Hans
Dotwiler made on December 17, 1750 and proved on June
26,1761. (Philadelphia County will Book M pages 130 to
|September 15, 1793
of Henry R. Detwiler.
|October 3, 1800
of Catherine Beary Latshaw.
|November 30, 1821
Marriage of Henry R. Detwiler and Catherine Beary
|August 17, 1873
death - Henry R. Detwiler.
|November 11, 1878
death - Catherine Beary Latshaw.
|September 30, 1897
gathering of the Detwiler clan - held at Isaac
|August 15, 1903
daughters and sons attend the reunion (Isaac, Mary,
David, Abraham, Lizzie, and Susan).
|August 17, 1907
Decision to hold the reunion on the 3rd Saturday in August.
|August 20, 1910
officially organized – Harry L. Detwiler elected
|August 20, 1921
held because of death of Norman Detwiler.
|August 18, 1923
recorded number of attendees at a Reunion – About 300.
|August 18, 1924
Association went on record in favoring the movement of
the Diamond Rock School Association which was formed to
take care of the Diamond Rock School house and grounds.
|August 16, 1947
Harry L. Detwiler served as President after 37 years.
|August 21, 1948
elected as the first Reunion Vice President.
|August 21, 1954
in the Kimberton Grange Hall because of inclement
|August 19, 1967
First Reunion that was held at St. Peters Evangelical
|August 18, 1984
Reunion recorded that was held at Camp Innabah.
|August 21, 1993
recorded number of attendees at a Reunion - 48.
|August 17, 1996
Reunion held at Camp Innabah and the original family
homestead in Cedar Hollow.
|August 16, 2003
||Time Capsule sealed and given to The Historical
Society of the Phoenixville Area.
|August 19, 2006
“Coat of Arms” officially adopted by the Detwiler
||Detwiler family started the family website: www.detwilerfamily.org.
||A CD containing the Detwiler genealogy was donated to the Historical Society of the Phoenixville Area and will be updated yearly by the Historian.
||A "Reunion Memories" book was initiated as an ongoing record of family members past and/or present memories.