- Born: Abt 1304, Samlesbury, Lancashire, England
- Marriage: Sir Gilbert de Southworth Knight, Lord of Southworth, Croft and Samlesbury before 1332 157
Noted events in her life were:
• Background Information. 715
The Visitation of Lancashire by William Flower, 1567, show John Devyas, of Yorkshire married to the daughter and one of the heires of Wir William Samlesbury of Samlesbury, Lancashire, Knight. They are shown as having a son named Nicholas Devyas who has a daughter, the sole heir who marries Gilbert Sowthworthe of Southworthe. (Southworth)
~Visitation of Lancashire by William Flower, 1567, pg. 26
• Background Information. 924
Gospatric de Samlesbury held the manor of Samlesbury at the latter end of the reign of Henry II, and his grandson, Sir William de Samlesbury, left three daughters and coheiresses, who conveyed the Estate to their husbands. Margery married Roger de Haunton, and appears to have had no issue. Cecily married Sir John d'Ewyas, before 43 Henry III, and had half of the Manor of Samlesbury; while the other moiety passed with Elizabeth, the youngest daughter, to Sir Robert de Holand of Hale.
Nicholas, the son or grandson of Sir John d'Ewyas and Cecil de Samlesbury, died without male issue, leaving a daughter married to Sir Gilbert de Southworth, and her portion of the Manor went to the Southworth's and continued in this family until 1677, when John Southworth, Esq. sold it and the old Hall to Thomas Braddyll Esq. for little more than £2,000.
~Notitia Cestriensis: Or Historical Notices of the Diocese of Chester, pp. 292-293
Alicia married Sir Gilbert de Southworth Knight, Lord of Southworth, Croft and Samlesbury, son of Gilbert de Southworth and Unknown, before 1332.157 (Sir Gilbert de Southworth Knight, Lord of Southworth, Croft and Samlesbury was born in 1306 in Lancastershire, England and died in 1372 in Samlesbury Hall, Lancastershire, England.)