Taken in hand dating
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".
Under the Merovingian and Carolingian, we find no evidence of a major population centre in the vicinity.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.This castle had a tower which together with the rest make up a fortress.
Alice of Namur, wife of Baldwin IV endowed the castle with a chapel dedicated to St. The castle had a park called "Bois du Gard" in which encountered deer, fallow deer and wild game.
Later, the land at Le Queroy became a freehold belonging to the Episcopal mass at Cambrai and by the name of Noflus, latinized from Novem fluctibus.