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The Subercaseaux family is a Chilean family of French descent. They became well known during the 19th century due to their wealth amassed in Norte Chico. They have played a very significant role in Chilean mining, winemaking, politics and arts.
- Francisco Subercaseaux Breton (c.1730-1800), the family patriarch and mining industry pioneer.
- Ramón Subercaseaux Mercado (1790-1859), entrepreneur and politician.
- Ramón Subercaseaux Vicuña (1854-1937), painter and diplomat. His three sons were:
- Benjamín Subercaseaux (1902–1973), writer and researcher.
- Francisco Valdés Subercaseaux (1908-1982), Capuchin missionary. Declared "venerable" by Pope Francis in 2014.
- Juan Subercaseaux Sommerhoff (born 1943), painter.
- Elizabeth Subercaseaux (born 1945), journalist and writer.
- Genealogy of the Subercaseaux family @ Genealog.
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