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room 105
Emmanuel
de Gongnies
( FAYT 1693 FAYT 1763 )
Emmanuel de Gongnies, the most prestigious Lord of Fayt and Escaille, was born at the castle in 1693. He was an influential member of the Chamber of Nobility of the States of Hainaut for almost 30 years. At the same time, he was appointed Provost-Marshal of Binche in 1739, giving him dominion over 42 villages in the region and enabling him to maintain a special relationship with the governors of the Austrian Netherlands during their stays in Mariemont, as well as with other high ranking statesmen. He was authoritarian and full of his own self-importance, and stopped at nothing to promote the interests of his fiefdom as if they were his own. He therefore played a key role in the construction of the great Nivelles-Binche road in around 1760, which he had pass through Fayt, as his role as financial backer of the emerging coal company of Haine-Saint-Pierre and La Hestre dictated. He died without leaving a male heir in February 1763.
Le Val Fayt Chambre Gognies
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room 106
Léon
Guinotte
( MORLANWELZ 1870 BRUXELLES 1950 )
Léon Guinotte was a lawyer by profession, as well as being the right-hand man and successor to Raoul Warocqué, of whom he was a close friend. He was mayor of Bellecourt from 1908 to 1947, and a senator from 1920 to 1931 and from 1936 to 1949. He also built Pachy Château near Morlanwelz and Chapelle, around which he laid out magnificent gardens. On the death of Warocqué in 1917, he took over as director of the powerful Mariemont-Bascoup coal-producing company.
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Raoul
Warocque
( MORLANWELZ 1870 MORLANWELZ 1917 )
Dernier fleuron d’une dynastie de grands industriels qui débute à l’aube du XIXème siècle, avec Nicolas, son arrière-grand-père. Ce dernier fonde la société charbonnière de Mariemont qui ne tarde pas à s’affirmer comme l’une des plus puissantes du pays. On doit à cette prestigieuse famille, l’aménagement du magnifique domaine de Mariemont, jadis propriété des gouverneurs autrichiens des Pays-Bas. Pour sa part, Raoul Warocqué se distingue outre par ses succès industriels, par un mécénat très actif qui concentre nombre d’oeuvres d’art ramenées de ses voyages à travers le monde. Ses collections, léguées à l’Etat à son décès, seront le point de départ de l’actuel Musée Royal de Mariemont, haut-lieu culturel de la Région du Centre.
Le Val Fayt Chambre Warocque
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Jules
Carlier
( HAINE-SAINT-PIERRE 1863 FAYT 1954 )
As a son of one of the most powerful families in Haine-Saint-Pierre, Jules Carlier was surrounded by business even as a child and adolescent. In 1891 he married the daughter of Fayt master brewer Emile Lechien, whose concern was located at the entrance to the Escaille grounds. He then took on a key role in his ageing father-in-law’s brewery, rapidly taking control of the entire Fayt brewing sector. In the inter-war period, his Amitié Brewery became one of the jewels of village industry. Carlier was a prosperous business owner when he was appointed director of the federation of brewers of the central region. He also acquired the Escaille château, farm, yard and gardens, which he occupied in 1909 and which he gave a second ‘golden age’. The brewery barely survived him, limping on for only a few years after his death.
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room 105
Emmanuel
de Gongnies
( FAYT 1693 FAYT 1763 )
Emmanuel de Gongnies, the most prestigious Lord of Fayt and Escaille, was born at the castle in 1693. He was an influential member of the Chamber of Nobility of the States of Hainaut for almost 30 years. At the same time, he was appointed Provost-Marshal of Binche in 1739, giving him dominion over 42 villages in the region and enabling him to maintain a special relationship with the governors of the Austrian Netherlands during their stays in Mariemont, as well as with other high ranking statesmen. He was authoritarian and full of his own self-importance, and stopped at nothing to promote the interests of his fiefdom as if they were his own. He therefore played a key role in the construction of the great Nivelles-Binche road in around 1760, which he had pass through Fayt, as his role as financial backer of the emerging coal company of Haine-Saint-Pierre and La Hestre dictated. He died without leaving a male heir in February 1763.
Le Val Fayt Chambre Bougard

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L’hôtel est situé dans une position stratégique
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