Lady Margaret Beaufort was a key figure in the rise of the Tudor dynasty. She was the mother of Henry VII, who founded the Tudor dynasty, and grandmother to the famous King Henry VIII. Lady Margaret was a devout Catholic and was known for her piety and charitable works. She was also deeply involved in the politics of her time and was an important patron of education and learning. Lady Margaret's influence was so strong that she was referred to as the Matriarch of the Tudors. She died in 1509, but her legacy and influence remain to this day.Disclaimer: The summary above might be generated by an AI.