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The suffix-oy is the form taken by the Latin suffix -etu(m) in Picard dialect which covers some of northern France and Belgium a few instances elsewhere in the Langue d'oïl etu-(m)'.This suffix is used to denote a set of trees belonging to the same species While not yet a town at the time of Julius Caesar, the region was occupied by the Nerviens.Mayor, aldermen, men of fiefs, (lawyers), a hostel, a hospital and outside, a leper to accommodate lepers (the disease of leprosy had been reported by the Crusaders from the East).Baldwin and his wife were still living, according to the scrolls, in 1169 in Le Quesnoy.The town of Le Quesnoy has somehow missed much of the Industrial Revolution.Unlike the neighboring towns of Valenciennes or Maubeuge, iron/steel works did not take hold.The closure of industrial enterprises (Cofradec, Duarte, dairy products) and services (transport) remains problematic even though there have been some new sources of work such as with the Emig company.
Around the year 842 at the time of King Charles the Bald, they were blocked at Valenciennes, as the river became too narrow for their boats.
The park extended to the southeast (to Beaudignies and the edge of it is met with a mill near wetlands known as "the Pond du Gard".
Desiring to populate his new fortified town, the Count enacted in 1161 a charter granting privileges to many people: the town prospered and there embraced a ...
The town with its ramparts, its castle ponds and its history (including the Revolutionary Armed bivouac and the New Zealanders Monument on the border of Valenciennes) are major attractions.
The Quesnoy is home to many small traders and a trading area of more than respectable size for a town of less than 5,000 people.