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This helps members feel secure and confident when talking to other single lesbians.There was a watermill on or near this site in pre-Reformation times, when it was making an annual payment to Maxstoke Priory.One finds many instances of mills or income therefrom being made over to religious bodies in those days.In 1721 the mill belonged to Robert Eaves of Sarehole (Sarehole Hall? The tenant millers included in 1750-2 one Judd Karding, a sword cutler: did he use Sarehole’s water-power for his trade, as presumably he had formerly done at the Moat mill on the Rea? His two sons were both to be concerned with the development of water power.John joined with Edward Ruston, a relation, to purchase land on the Hockley Brook for the construction of a large pool and watermill: Ruston's Pool was made, and in 1762 Matthew Boulton II leased the estate for the building of his Soho Works.