(1) Zij is getrouwd met Hugh PESHALE.
Zij zijn getrouwd in het jaar 1482, zij was toen 22 jaar oud.
(2) Zij is getrouwd met John RUSSHE.
Zij zijn getrouwd na 1498.
Father Sir John Stanley, Sheriff of Staffordshire b. c 1420, d. 29 Jun 1476
Mother Elizabeth Vernon b. c 1424, d. a 4 Aug 1471
Isabel Stanley was born circa 1460 at of Pipe, Staffordshire, England. She married Sir Hugh Peshall, son of Humphrey Peshall, in 1482 and had daughter Catherine Peshall b.c.1484.
Isabel married secondly John Russhe of the City of London and thirdly Sir Thomas Grey.
The Inquistion for John Grey, Viscount Lysle on 04 Apr 20 Henry VII  noted that he had given an annuity of £20 to Thomas Grey, esquire, and Dame Isabel Persall, otherwise styled Isabel Persall, his wife.
Russh v Peshale. Plaintiffs: John Russh and Isabel, his wife, daughter of Sir John Stanley, knight, and previously the wife of Sir Hugh Peshale, knight, son and heir apparent of Humfrey Peshale, esquire. Defendants: Humfrey Peshale, esquire. Subject: Alienation of the manors of Knyghtley Tene and Hopton, contrary to an undertaking given on the marriage of the said Isabel and Hugh and to the disherison of Katherine, their daughter. Staffordshire. 5 documents. C 1/222/94. 1493-1500. National Archives.
A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Extinct and Dormant Baronetcies of England, Ireland, and Scotland, by John Burke, Esq. and John Bernard Burke, Esq., p. 406.
Will of John Russhe of City of London. 16 May 1498. PROB 11/11/377. National Archives.
Judd v Blount. Plaintiffs: Thomas Judd of Wickford, and Mary, his wife, daughter of John Russhe, deceased. Defendants: Thomas Blount, knight. Subject: Legacies of the said John and of Dame Elizabeth Persalle, his wife and executrix, and jewels entrusted by her to defendant for safe custody. Essex. C 1/530/20. 1518-1529. National Archives.
Russhe v Persall. Plaintiffs: John Russhe, of London, gentleman, son and heir of John Russhe. Defendants: Dame Isabell Persall. Subject: Detention of deeds relating to lands in Walthamstow, late of Edward Benstede. C 1/352/11. 1504-1515. National Archives.
Pynson v Grey. Plaintiffs: Richard Pynson, of London, printer. Defendants: Isabel, wife of Sir Thomas Grey, knight, late the wife of John Russhe, esquire, and John Welles, gentleman. Subject: Debt of the said Russhe (whose executors defendants are) for printing divers books, and for a stock of porthouses, mass-books, the book called `Dives et Pauper,' and for money and household goods delivered to the said Russhe. London. C 1/349/40. 1504-1515. National Archives.
Grey v The Mayor of London. Plaintiffs: Thomas Grey and Dame Isabell his wife, executrix and late the wife of John Russhe. Defendants: The mayor, aldermen and sheriffs of London. Subject: Attachment for debt by John Elman, executor of Henry Mathewe, citizen and tailor. Certiorari. London. C 1/203/14 and C 1/203/15. 1493-1500. National Archives.
Hobart v Grey. Plaintiffs: James Hobart, attorney of [Henry VII]. Defendants: Thomas Grey and Isabel, his wife, previously the wife of John Russhe. Subject: The manors of Hygham and Walkehamstow, sold by William Bensted, knight, to Edward IV. Essex. C 1/207/70. 1493-1500. National Archives.
Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Series 2, Volume 2, Henry VII. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1915. No. 895. John Grey, Viscount Lysle. British History Online.