This cross has a bit of a double past. There seems to have been two Hobajons Crosses. The first was a boundary stone, between Ugborough and South Brent, standing alongside three others north of Three Barrows, it was then moved and became the cairn at the top of Three Barrows. There it stood until it was broken up and now lies as part of the large barrow. Today’s Hobajons Cross is an inscribed cross on one of the boundary stones between Harford and Ugborough, it also lies on the Butterdon Stone Row near to Piles Hill.