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Ugborough The parish, which has a population of 1,736, includes a number of settlements other than the village such as Bittaford, Wrangaton (which once had a railway station), Cheston and Moorhaven Village To the southeast of Ugborough, within the parish, is Fowlescombe Manor.
Ugborough Ugborough is a village and civil parish in South Hams in the English county of Devon. It has a large church with a history going back to 1121. It also contains a small junior school and pre-school, a village hall and a central square. A public bus service runs through Ugborough (on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday), as does a bus to the local secondary school at Ivybridge. It holds a fair every year in July, with traditional games and stalls. More recently a Youth Group has been set up, catering for many of the village's children. Ugborough is from the Devon Expressway the A38. The main bulk of the village is situated encircling a central village square. In the village hall, which doubles as a pre-school, various entertainments are held mainly in the summer months ranging from live music to themed evenings.
Sir Edmund Fowell, 1st Baronet Fowell died in 1674 at the age of 81 and was buried in Ugborough Church.
Ermington Hundred The parishes in the hundred were: Aveton Gifford; Bigbury; Cornwood; Ermington; Harford; Holbeton; Kingston; Modbury; Newton Ferrers; Ringmore and Ugborough.
William Fowell William Fowell (died 23 March 1507) ("alias" Vowell) of Fowelscombe in the parish of Ugborough in Devon, was a Member of Parliament for Totnes in Devon in 1455.
Henry Mawle Henry Mawle (14 January 1871 — 13 November 1943) was an English cricketer. He was born in Bexhill-on-Sea and died in Ugborough.
Dartmoor crosses Located on Ugborough Moor, three miles north-east of Ivybridge, this cross is at the crossroads of an ancient east–west track between Exeter and Plymouth, and the north-south Blackwood path that was once used by peat cutters.
Sir John Fowell, 3rd Baronet Sir John Fowell, 3rd Baronet (12 December 1665 – 26 November 1692) of Fowelscombe in the parish of Ugborough in Devon, was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1689 to 1692.
Arthur Champernowne (died 1717) He was the son and heir of Arthur Champernowne of Dartington by his second wife Margaret Fowell, a daughter of Sir John Fowell, 2nd Baronet (1623-1677) of Fowelscombe in the parish of Ugborough in Devon.
Fowelscombe In the time of William Pole (died 1635), the manor of Fowelscombe comprised the estates of Bolterscombe, Smythescombe and Black Hall, situated in the parishes of Ugborough and North Huish.