Maria Anna Elisa Bonaparte (1777–1820), was Napoleon's oldest sister. She was close to her brother Lucien. She was in her early-teens when her father died and Napoleon arranged for her to attend school at St Cyr in Paris. Then she joined the family in Marseilles. There she formed a relationship with an unemployed Corsican soldier, Felice Pasquale Baciocchi-Levoy and married him in 1797. Napoleon was unhappy with this marriage, but arranged a position for Baciocchi under his command.