Baessler/Baesler/Bassler/Besler/Bezler

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Hello

I am from Poland. Sorry for my language - I can't speak English well.

I'm looking for meaning and etymology of surname Baessler. Another variants: Bezler, Besler, Baesler, Bassler.

My ancestor Jakub Bezler (b. around 1788, d. 1828) arrived in Poland (near Warsaw) from Germany (I think from Württemberg) around 1810. In next decades his descendants were becoming Polish. My great-grandmother Stefania Bezler (d. 1947) was the last member of family who spoke German.

I will by greatful for your help.

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TomaszDePologne schrieb:

Hello I am from Poland. Sorry for my language - I can't speak English well. I'm looking for meaning and etymology of surname Baessler. Another variants: Bezler, Besler, Baesler, Bassler. My ancestor Jakub Bezler (b. around 1788, d. 1828) arrived in Poland (near Warsaw) from Germany (I think from Württemberg) around 1810. In next decades his descendants were becoming Polish. My great-grandmother Stefania Bezler (d. 1947) was the last member of family who spoke German. I will by greatful for your help. Tomasz

 

Hallo

Betzler Name Meaning: from Middle High German betzeler=young knight,  from Old French bachelier, Italian baccalare, which gave rise to baccalaureus. Possibly a variant of the old German surname Becceler, itself a variant of Böckeler/Böckel. North German (Böckel): habitational name from any of several places called Böckel, in the Rhineland, Westphalia, and Lower Saxony

An (in german)

http://www.heimatverein-oberkochen.de/bericht491.htm

http://www.heimatverein-oberkochen.de/betzlerwapp2.htm