I wish to receive information about the Dysli's from Berne, Switzerland, or any other Swiss Canton.
Descendants of the Dysli's who married into the Ruch line later moved to Alsace, likely due to the after-effects of the Thirty Years' War and antagonism towards the newly-emergent Protestant Reformation.
A Google search engine query of the words "Dysli," "genealogy" and "Switzerland" has yielded a Swiss ancestry site which may or may not prove useful: www.eye.ch/swissgen/conregbe.htmwww.eye.ch/swissgen/conregbe.htm+dysli+%2B+Swiss&hl=eng
Surely "Dysli" has some associated meaning. Ancestry.com show up nothing. The name is of Swiss German derivation, and I'm sort-of "lost" as to the nuances of that dialect.