is a village in DuPage County, Illinois. Originally settled in 1830 by a Quaker,
Bailey Hobson, Lisle became the first recognized township of what is now DuPage
County. New Hampshire natives and brothers James C. and
Luther A. Hatch permanently settled there in 1832 and began several
businesses, including a creamery and a blacksmith shop, which brought a lot of
activity to the area. In July 2007, Lisle was ranked #20 on Money Magazine's list of
the "100 Best Places to Live," and in 2009 was ranked #17 on their
"Best Places for the Rich and Single" list.