The correct name isde Liso no De Liso,the d tiny,is called "d" noble , disappearance at the fall of the monarchy, and following the mechanized documents that use only capital letters.
The name Deliso (united) it's a probable  transcription error in emigration.
.When I was a child my father and my grandfather Francesco told me stories about the noble lineage of the gods de Liso, they were talking to me of a Spanish village  from which came our family, of a high prelate tal Giovanni de  Liso, who had remained the last male descendant of the family.
The family would have died out, except that he, in love, left the dress  he put the beloved woman with whom he had two children.
They told me that it was harsh, and that at the time it used to inflict        sons hard corporal punishment, so much so that he just died while his wife he cried and the gravediggers nailed the coffin, the first-born Francesco said to mum "Mom, do not cry, nail it ... it does not come out anymore".
..........This fable of my father has remained in a drawer for so many years, I do not deny that sometimes I tried to see through the computers, if there were the Spanish village they were talking about, but the search always gave a negative result..
..........Today, even when my generation is in a declining phase, I realize that we have remained few guardians of these stories, me, my sister Marisa, and perhaps some cousins whose father told the same stories.
..........I realized that de Liso, descendants of our family lineage know little about the history of the family, and that we must preserve and deepen our knowledge of our origins, also by uniting the memories of those who still guard someone, in order to leave the spur, for each de Liso , to perform actions always worthy of the name he bears.

..........H aving lived a life in computer science, I have some experience more 'to the normal user of the network, for example I know that the search with (Italian) from a different order of results if you use (Spanish), ie 'is due to a different sort of data from the research country, but this is another theme.
..........So I decided to start my research from the Spanish engines looking for this imaginary LISO country that did not exist in the maps, and even among the Spanish cities, I was almost giving up disappointed, thinking that it was another hole in the water and that neither exist nor the place or title, when I found San Miguel de Liso eremita.
The monastery resides in the municipality of BIEL, in Aragon, precisely in the province of Zaragoza, and took this name only in 1998, while from 1975 to 1998 the town was called Biel-Fuencalderas and merged the two localities of Biel e Fuencalderas.
It is this place that interests us,Fuencalderas (boiler source) it was a municipality located in the autonomous community of
Aragon in Spain, in the province of Zaragoza.
..........The history of Fuencalderas is integrated into the history of the Kingdom of Aragon and, later, of Spain.
The birth of this village takes place in the X century, when the King of Pamplona reconquested this border territory and has a tower built in defense at Pacatorre.
..........Even if according to some reference the name of Fuencalderas could appear in 1137 in a donation from the Aragonese king Ramiro II "El Monje", while most historians indicate that the first documentary reference Fuencalderas does not appear until XV or XVI centuries, and that the origin of Fuencalderas was linked to the history of LISO (or "Eliso') ancient inhabited area to the north side of Fuencalderas.
..........Liso/ElisoIt has Roman origins and is mentioned in various documents from the year 938, in the year 944 it was already occupied by Christians as a document of that year the king of Pamplona (and count of Aragon) García Sánchez confirmed the payment of the Eliso taxes at the monastery of Leire.
..........M any were the troubles of this city, it was occupied and reoccupied by Muslims over the years, regained in the advance of Almanzor, and re-annexed to Aragon in the year 999 of King Sancho el Mayor de Navarra, and then in 1050 it is mentioned in the will of King Ramiro I of Aragon..

..................................Ramiro I of Aragon

in 1042 granted as a donation a Liso de San Pedro the monastery of San Juan de la Peņa,elevated to the rank of

.................................."noble villa de Liso"

the village and the castle whose traces are still visible.
Famous was the name de Liso of the various warlords between 1081-1176,. one of which, Frontin de Liso(1134 - 1166) he left a deep trace for his deeds.
..........From the X century to the XII centuries, Liso was part of the defensive line of the Kingdom of Aragon, since it had a strong castle, and its village reached the rank of "LISO" city ".
........In those times, Fuencalderas had to be so small that it is not mentioned in the documents, although some ancient settlements are found in its current documents, such as Artaso (mentioned in some donations of King Sancho Ramírez in 1066 and 1093), Castillon (in same donation of 1093) and Coscollas (in another donation of Sancho Ramírez in 1076), but with the conquests made by King Alfonso I the Batallador, including the definitive reconquest of Ejea in the year 1105,
Liso/Eliso ceases to be on the border of the Kingdom, and thus ends the strategic importance of the city..
..........Lisoit is finally mentioned by King Jaime II of Aragon in 1304, in relation to the privileges of the sale of the salt of the monastery of San Juan de la Peña, and in a card it is indicated that Fortunyo de Liso he was a judge in the courts of the Kingdom of Aragon (1371-1372) Caspe - Alcaņiz - Zaragoza.
..........However, it seems that Liso decline occurred from the 13th to the 15th century, once they had removed the military frontier from their land, and as soon as the outpost had been dismantled.
military, the population descended to the valley towards Fuencalderas. This was the gradual consolidation of Fuencalderas, located in a more favorable terrain.
Towards the year 1530, the transfer of the parish and writings from Liso/Eliso to Fuencalderas.
..........Liso/Eliso from the XV century it was relegated to a village inhabited by few people and, from theXVIII century, only in the current hermitage of San Miguel de Liso.
..........Fuencalderas is present in the subsequent registers of Sástago, as it seems it was also previously Liso, according to the documents of the years 1593 and 1823.

At least now we are sure, that my old men did not tell stories, LISO exists, actually it is in Spain, it has its castle and also its emblem.
..........Currently the old village of Liso, is only ruins, equidistant place from Aguero and Biel.
To go by car you need a 4x4.
Departure from Ayerbe, take a detour to the left through Galician Sadaba. The road crosses the Sierra Carbonera snaking through thick strawberry forests.
The view towards the valley of Aguero is worthy of a stop.
A few hundred meters before reaching Fuencalderas, there is an indication to the right, which leads to the Hermitage of San Miguel de Liso.
Suddenly there are the remains of the magnificent temple whose construction dates back to the early twelfth century, with a magnificent defensive tower, attached to its north side.
..........These remains are all that remains of the ancient village of Liso, and of the castle of Liso to which Ramiro I, in 1042, and gives the noble title of

...................................."Nobile villa de Liso".

..........To judge from the remains, the size must have been impressive, the height of the walls of the nave, had to be almost double that of the current one.
Key role was the defensive line between the Christian world and Islam, considering the boundary line from Biel, Murillo, Gállego, San Felices and Aguero.

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..........Given the existence of the title and the city of Liso, let's concentrate on the links between Aragon and Naples.
Until 1441, Naples was reigned by the Angevins, but Joan II succeeded his adopted son Alfonso V, formerly King of Aragon, and the Aragonese were present in Naples (Italy) well beyond 1500.
Kingdom of Aragon
..........I de Liso ,in the kingdom of Aragon they were fervent Catholics like all the Spanish nobles, and witnessed the presence of them San Miguel de Liso, many nobles in the church were assigned to the ranches of Cardinals, Bishops, and they also followed the fate of the kingdom in the various provinces. Some were sent to Naples, Puglia and Sicily. Our Cardinal de Liso, (mentioned by my old ones) prince of the church, in reality was Mons Juan de Liso Bishop of Aragon to whom King Charles V had graciously granted the diocese of Cefalu '(Sicily) in the distant 1525 and that in a decade he had made "a lost bishopric".

Perhaps because of his blood "Hot" or the attraction for women, not even the transfer to Naples from Cardinal plagued the boilers (his homeland was Fuencalderas (source of boilers)).
..........The correct connection between Juan de Liso, the children and the new known generations, dating back to 1800 can be obtained, a part with the memory of our old, or with research starting from the historical archives in the municipality of Biel (Spain).