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The Village of Hody in the Condroz

Hody (in Walloon "Hodi") is a section of the Belgian commune of Anthisnes located in the Walloon Province of Liege .
It was a separate municipality before the amalgamation of municipalities in 1977 . The first mention of Hody dates from the eleventh century and an explicit mention in 1209. It is part of the County Logne and reports to the District of Ocquier, while Anthisnes and Vien report to the Condroz.

The solicitors of Hody, as early as 1444, are the lords of Sart, one of seven manors "from beyond the woods". In 1645, the story of Hody and Anthisnes merge already: the solicitorship of Hody is exercised by Godefroid of Antine, then passes to the Wal barons.


Posted by svjorber 15:41 Archived in Belgium Tagged photography

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