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pedro   Link to this

Cuckold’s Point, View by Samuel Scott 1750/60…

Terry F   Link to this

Cuckold’s Point.

A spot on the riverside near Deptford. So called from a tradition that King John made there successful love to a labourer’s wife.

Cuckolds Point (today Nelson Dock, the only dry dock left in London) is in the NE corner of this section of the 1802 FAIRBURN MAP OF LONDON, WESTMINSTER AND THE NEW DOCKS, showing Redriffe to the west

Bob   Link to this

Cuckolds Point is where I lost my virginity in 1964.A good name, didnt know what it meant at the time.

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