Photographer's Note

Church Saint Martin's day bell-tower of 16th, " seen interior "
, on the right of the church is a monument to dedicate to dead of the war " 14-18 "
, 32 men born in Cattenières died under the flags during the First World War. Cattenières 684 inhabitants, small common located between Caudry and Cambrai, car its name of the Latin word " Castenaria" (planted place of chestnuts). Through the documents of time spent, l' orthography of the known as place varies: one finds successively Kestenières (in 1080), Castineris (in 1133), Castenierez in Cameracesio (in 1343).
It seems that vestiges of Gallo-Roman constructions were discovered in the south of the village. D' after an anonymous continuator of the chronicler cambrésien Balderic, a bloody combat takes place with Cattenières in XIème century, during which a nephew of l' évèque Jean is killed, then qu' he is with the head of Cambrésiens. To the Middle Ages, the seigniory, which raises of the episcopal Cambric palate, belongs to the chapter of the cathedral.

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Additional Photos by dominique france (kermit350) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1478 W: 161 N: 1976] (9016)
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