The priory was surrendered to the Crown as part of the Dissolution of the Monasteries on 14 December 1539, after which a pension of £6 was assigned to Margaret Goldsmith the last prioress, and of 53s. 4d. each to Anne Roden the sub-prioress and Elizabeth Kirkby and of 40s. each to the six other nuns.
At its dissolution, The Priory was valued at £59 (£30,000 as of 2014),and was granted by Queen Elizabeth I to Richard Pype and Francis Bowyer; it was later the property of the Taylor and White families. A country house known as Wallingwells Hall was built on the site using materials retrieved from the priory.
Prioresses of Wallingwells
- Margery Dourant (temp Richard I)
- Emma de Stockwell, appointed November 1295 by Archbishop Romayne
- Dionysia, resigned 1325
- Alice de Sheffield, resigned 1353
- Helen de Bolsover, resigned 1402
- Isabel de Durham, 1402
- Joan Hewet, died 1465
- Elizabeth Wilcocks, 1465
- Elizabeth Kirkby, 1504
- Isabel Croft, 1508-11
- Anne Goldsmith, 1516
- Margaret Goldsmith, 1521
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