- Born: 21 Mar 1317, Amesbury, Wiltshire, England 1186,1452
- Marriage (1): Henry de Ferrers Second Lord Ferrers of Groby 20 Feb 1330 or 1331 in Newbold Verdon, Leicestershire, England 105,1186
- Died: 2 Aug 1349, Groby, Leicestershire, England at age 32 1186,1453
- Buried: Priory of Ulverscroft, Leicestershire, England 1451
Noted events in her life were:
• Birth, 1317. 1452 After the death of her mother's first husband, her mother, Elizabeth, remained in Ireland until the death of her brother, Gilbert, at the Battle of Bannockburn in July 1314 compelled her immediate return to England. Elizabeth's maternal uncle, King Edward II , recalled her to England so he could select a husband for her. Edward II placed Elizabeth in Bristol Castle , but his plans to marry her to one of his supporters were dashed in February 1316, when Elizabeth was abducted from Bristol by Theobald II de Verdun. He and Elizabeth had been engaged before she was called back to England. She was Lady Verdun for only six months when Theobald died on 27 July 1316, at Alton, Staffordshire, from typhoid . Elizabeth fled to Amesbury Priory, where she stayed under the protection of her aunt Mary de Burgh, who was a nun there, and where Theobald's posthumous daughter, Isabel de Verdun (named for the Queen), was born on 21 March 1317.
• Death, 1349. 105 Isabel died of the pestilence (the Black Death) of 1349.
Isabel married Henry de Ferrers Second Lord Ferrers of Groby, son of William Ferrers First Lord Ferrers of Groby and Ellen Margaret de Segrave, 20 Feb 1330 or 1331 in Newbold Verdon, Leicestershire, England 105.,1186 (Henry de Ferrers Second Lord Ferrers of Groby was born in 1298 in Stebbing, Dunmow, Essex, England,1451 died on 15 Sep 1343 in Groby, Leicestershire, England 1186 and was buried in Priory Of Saint Mary, Ulverscroft, Leicestershire, England 105.)