Louis II, Duke of Bourbon
|Died||1410 (aged 72–73)|
|Spouse(s)||Anne of Auvergne|
|Father||Peter I, Duke of Bourbon|
|Mother||Isabella de Valois|
Louis inherited the duchy after his father Duke Peter I died at the Battle of Poitiers in 1356. He is reported to have been somewhat mentally unstable, specifically having a trait of nervous breakdowns which is presumably hereditary; this trait was also evidenced in his sister Joanna of Bourbon (the wife of French King Charles V), his nephew Charles VI of France (called "The Mad"), his father Duke Peter, and his grandfather Louis I, Duke of Bourbon.
- Catherine of Bourbon (b. 1378), d. young
- John of Bourbon (1381–1434), Duke of Bourbon
- Louis of Bourbon (1388 – 1404), Sieur de Beaujeu
- Isabelle of Bourbon (1384 – aft. 1451)
In 1390, Louis launched the Barbary Crusade against the Hafsids of Tunis, in conjunction with the Genoese. Its objective was to suppress piracy based in the city of Mahdia, but the siege was unsuccessful. Louis died at Montluçon in 1410, at the age of 73.
- Ramsey, Ann W. (1999). Liturgy, Politics, and Salvation: The Catholic League in Paris and the Nature of Catholic Reform, 1540-1630. University of Rochester Press.
- Housley, Norman (1992). The later Crusades, 1274-1580: from Lyons to Alcazar. Oxford University Press.
|Louis II, Duke of Bourbon||Father:
Peter I, Duke of Bourbon
Louis I, Duke of Bourbon
Robert, Count of Clermont
Beatrix of Bourbon
Mary of Avesnes
John II, Count of Holland
Philippa of Luxembourg
Isabella of Valois
Charles of Valois
Philip III of France
Isabella of Aragon
Mahaut of Châtillon
Guy IV, Count of Saint-Pol
Marie of Brittany
| Count of Forez
| Duke of Bourbon|
| Count of Clermont-en-Beauvaisis|