- Marriage: Sir John Talbot Knight before 1423 827,1387
- Died: 1 Aug 1432, Lancashire, England 763,932,1387
Noted events in her life were:
• Background Information. 763
Salesbury, a township in the parish of Blackburn, and a manor in the Lacy fee, gave its name to the local proprietors. From the Salisburys, the estate passed into the family of Cliderhous, who derived their name fom the town where the ancient mansion of the chief was situated. The possessed many estates in the hundred of Blackburn.
A part of these passed to the Radclyffes of Wimmerley, but Salebury and Clayton-le-Dale, as well as other of the Clitherhou estates went to Sibilla, daughter and heir of Robert de Cliderhou, who married Richard son of John Radclyffe of Ordeshall, as his second wife. They had a son named Roger, who died without issue. Their daughter, Joanna, married Sir Henry, second son of Sir Adam de Houghton and. This Sibilla left no other issue than Joanna by either husband. Joanna also had no children.
The manors of Salebbury and Clayton-le-Dale reverted to to Joanna's mother's family, althought not without contention on the part of Richard, the son of Sir Henry de Houghton. These manors went to Lady Isabells, daughter and coheir with her sister Joanna, of Richard de Cliderhou and his wife Agnes. Isabella married, son of William Talbot, who accord to Dodsworth was a younger son of Edmund Talbot of Bashall in Yorkshire.
Isabella died 1 Aug 1432 when her son, John, was only six years of age. Her husband, survied until 27 Henry VI, and was followed in the possession of the manor of Salebury by seven John Talbots in succession, in every instance, except for one, being the descent from father to son. the one exception was grandfather to grandson.
~Visitation of Lancashire and Cheshire, 1533, pp. 37-39
• Background Information. 1387
Isabella Cliderou, daughter and co-heir of Richard, married John Talbot, son of William (younger son of Edmund Talbot of Bashall who died in 1372). In 1423, a dispensation was obtained on the ground of their having married in ignorance of their consanginity in the 4th degree. In 1422, Isabella Talbot and her husband and issue were made heirs of the manor of Salesbury under the settlement of her kinswoman, Johanna Hoghton. Isabella died 1 Aug. 1432; and Inq. post mort. was taken in the 11th Henrey VI.
Parish of Blackburn, County of Lancaster: A History of Blackburn, Town and Parish, p. 647
Isabella married Sir John Talbot Knight, son of William Talbot and Unknown, before 1423 827.,1387 (Sir John Talbot Knight was born in Salesbury, Lancashire, England, died on 18 Apr 1449 in Salesbury, Lancashire, England 1387 and was buried in Apr 1449 in Church of St. Mary at the Abbey of Whalley 1387.)