Marchers(Englishmen along the Welsh border) led to his defeat by the king's son (later Edward I ) at Evesham. Montfort was killed in the battle, but some baronial resistance continued until 1267. The barons had failed to establish their own control over the crown, but they had helped prepare the way for the constitutional developments of the reign of Edward I.
See R. F. Treharne, The Baronial Plan of Reform (1932, repr. 1972) F. M. Powicke, King Henry III and the Lord Edward (1947).
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