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Ana Echazarreta

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Ana Echazarreta

Ana Echazarreta Pérez Cotapos (ca. 1865 - May 25, 1927) was a First Lady of Chile.

Ana Echazarreta was born in Santiago, the daughter of Juan Manuel Echazarreta Yrigoyen and of Mercedes Pérez Cotapos Recabarren. She married Juan Luis Sanfuentes Andonaegui on November 11, 1885, and together they had five children. She died in Santiago.

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  • Genealogical chart of Sanfuentes family (Spanish)

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