The abbey church was rebuilt on a large scale during the reign of King Edward I and completed in around 1310. By the time of the dissolution it was reported that the monastery was well kept, the community held in high esteem and with a lot of good done for the poor of the area. Nonetheless, it was dissolved in 1538 and granted to Nicholas Giffard who converted the buildings into a mansion.
Nothing now remains except the tomb slab of Abbott de Flore in the vestry of Duston church.
- St. James End, Northampton - the district of the modern town where the abbey was established
- Anthony New. 'A Guide to the Abbeys of England And Wales', p284. Constable.