Five Hampton Gay men were arrested and sent to London, and one was sentenced to be hanged and quartered. He also had to pay 10 s. Though the church still stands, the remains of the cottages now lie under ground and there is little evidence of the settlement it was once part of. Adeste Fideles. George's and its possessions became part of Oseney infn.
After Oseney's dissolution inthe rectory estate continued as an indistinguishable part of the manor, and Hampton Gay was considered as an extra-parochial free chapel, exempt from the bishop's jurisdiction.
Between and the Augustinian Abbey of Osney bought the tenancy of two virgates at Hampton Gay from Robert de Gay, who in stages from to gave the remainder of his tenancy to the abbey. William de Champernowne was succeeded by his daughter Joan by aboutand the mesne lordship probably descended through Joan's son John de Willington d. The treble bell is late 13th century and the tenor is dated
Valery estate to the Benedictine convent at Godstow.