Ugbrooke

near Chudleigh, Devonshire - Lord Clifford


"The name of this seat, Ugbrooke, or Wogbrooke, is derived from that of the river by which it stands, the word wog in the Saxon language meaning winding, crooked or bending.

The house is about one mile from Chudleigh, and being in the beautiful county of Devon, it may well be supposed that within the circumference of seven miles of the estate there is an almost endless succession of enchanting views.

Lord Clifford derives his descent from Richard Fitz Ponz, living in the reign of Henry the Second, whose son, Walter Fitz Ponz, married Margaret, daughter and heiress of Ralph de Todeni, with whom he acquired Clifford Castle, in Herefordshire, and hence assumed the name of Clifford."

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