| House of Bourbon|
Catherine of Vendome
| Anne Bourbon|
1408, Paris, France
| John I, Count of La Marche|
Eglise des Jacobins, Paris, France
Louis VII, Duke of Bavaria (m. 1402)
Louis VIII, Duke of Bavaria
Catherine of Vendome, John I, Count of La Marche
James I, Count of La Marche, Joan of Ponthieu, Dame of Epernon, John VI of Vendome
Louis I, Duke of Bourbon, Alice of Brittany, Mary of Avesnes, Bouchard VI of Vendome, Bouchard VI
Anne de Bourbon Wikipedia
Anne de Bourbon (1380 – September 1408) was a daughter of John I, Count of La Marche and his wife Catherine of Vendôme. She was a member of the House of Bourbon.
Anne was one of the seven children of John I, Count of La Marche and Catherine de Vendôme. Included among her siblings were James II, Count of La Marche, Louis, Count of Vendôme, and Queen Charlotte of Cyprus. Through her sister, Anne was the aunt of John II of Cyprus and Anne, Duchess of Savoy. She also had an illegitimate half-brother by her father's relationship with a mistress.
Anne's paternal grandparents were James I, Count of La Marche and Jeanne de Châtillon. Her maternal grandparents were Jean VI, Count of Vendôme and Jeanne of Ponthieu.
In 1390, Anne became the second wife of John de Valois, Count of Montpensier, a grandson of John II of France. His first wife Catherine of Valois had died at the age of 10, so John was in need of an heir. Like his first marriage however, Anne and John produced no surviving children. He died in 1401, freeing Anne for a second marriage.
On October 1, 1402 in Paris, Anne remarried to Louis of Bavaria, the brother of Queen Isabeau of France. He succeeded his father as Duke of Bavaria in 1413, after Anne's death. They had one surviving son:Louis VIII, Duke of Bavaria (1 September 1403 – 7 April 1445)
Anne died in September, 1408 and was buried in the now-demolished church of the Couvent des Jacobins in Paris. Louis would remarry to Catherine of Alençon in 1413.