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New Mexico Deaths, 1889-1945 Statewide vital records registration officially began in 1920, although there are some records as early as 1889. Death records prior to 1919 were collected by a variety of institutions which were not health-related, including counties and churches. For the most part these records are not available from New Mexico Vital Records and Health Statistics. The state achieved 90-percent compliance by the end of the 1920s.

New Mexico Death Index project (1899-1940)

The Great New Mexico Pedigree Database. An ambitious project to organize immense amounts of research into one connected genealogical pedigree chart of New Mexico's Hispanic ancestry.

Search The New Mexico Genealogical Society Web Site Includes:
Index: New Mexico Land Grant Records
New Mexico's Spanish and Mexican Land Grants
Early Railroad Families of Albuquerque
Death Records -- Grand Army of the Republic, 1898
1890 Poll Tax List, Valencia County NM
Filiaciones Español: Spanish Enlistment Papers 1770-1816
Passport Records 1828-1836.
Tres Piedras Cemetery, Taos County, NM
Rio Arriba County Marriages 1902-1904
Mora County Guardianships 1882-1885
Probate Journal, Valencia County 1882-1888
Luna County Applications for Marriage Licenses, Book 1
1890 Census: Special Schedule
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Hispanic Surnames traceable to Mexico or the American Southwest : A-F, G-M, N-Z

New Mexico Family Group Sheets

The Onate Expedition : A list of the 336 settlers that served with the Captain General Juan de Onate. The expedition set out to settle New Mexico in 1598-1600.

Bisbee Deportees List (Arizona to New Mexico, 1917). A labor dispute between copper mining companies and their workers turned into vigilante action on July 12, 1917 when more than a thousand men were herded into filthy boxcars in Bisbee, Arizona, and abandoned across the New Mexico border. This list begins with demographic data about deportees. The subsequent pages list names in no discernible order. Included in the information provided for each individual is nationality, whether they had taken out citizenship papers, purchased Liberty Bonds, were married, had children, were registered for the draft, owned property and had bank accounts. There are a total of 900 names on the list. It is presented in its original format and layout.

  • Catron County

    Catron County, New Mexico - 1930 Federal Census Index

  • Cíbola County

    Cíbola County, New Mexico Cemeteries

  • Guadalupe County

    Guadalupe County, New Mexico - 1930 Federal Census Index

  • McKinley County

    McKinley County, New Mexico - 1930 Federal Census Index

  • Roosevelt County

    Roosevelt County, New Mexico Marriages 1903-2001

    Roosevelt County, New Mexico - 1930 Federal Census Index

  • Valencia County

    Belen, Valencia County, New Mexico Genealogy Records Database. Assorted Records 1740-1825.

    Valencia County, New Mexico - 1930 Federal Census Index


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