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House De Crassier. Residential house built by alderman Servaas Loyens (+1731). Built in 1708, it says above the door: MDCCVIII.
His granddaughter married Guillaume baron de Crassier (1804-1880), after whom the house was named. It became famous for its large art collection; auctioned in 1911.
Restored in 1966: RES MCMLXVI.

Guillaume de Crassier, one of the owners of Jerusalem Castle near Limmel.

It is therefore not surprising that his tombstone can be found in the Saint John the Baptist church in Limmel.

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