Query Page Index:
Query Page 1 Bernalillo, Catron, Chaves, Cibola and Colfax Counties.
Query Page 2 Curry, DeBaca, Dona Ana, and Eddy Counties.
Query Page 3 Grant, Guadalupe, Harding, Hidalgo and Lea Counties.
Query Page 4 Lincoln, Los Alamos, Luna, and McKinley Counties.
Query Page 5 Mora, Otero, Quay, Rio Arriba and Roosevelt Counties.
Query Page 6  San Juan, San Miguel and Sandoval Counties.
Query Page 7  Santa Fe, Sierra, Socorro and Taos Counties.
Query Page 8  Torrance, Union and Valencia Counties.
State-wide  all unknown counties.

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Grant County Queries To Top of Page

Researching the surname Salaiz Alvillar Ruiz in Grant County NM circa 1840's to 1930's possible Santa Rita/San Lorenzo
area. Any information is appreciated. Margaret (Garcia) Holt email   

Mollie Myrtle Clifton m. Levi Chester Anderson in Chaves County in 1903 and had at least one child in Hanover NM. Any further info contact me at email.  Thank you.

I am looking for information about my Aragon ancestors. The lived in San Miguel and Guadalupe Counties. The places they lived were, La Cuesta (Villenueva), Santa Rosa, El Salado, where they ranched and farmed and Pastura where my grandparents Manuel Aragon and Esculastica Aragon helped expand the community by plating land on one side of the railroad for houses and donating land for the church of St. Helen. My great grandparents, their parents were, Juan de Dios Aragon and his wife Peidad Anya, and Nabor Aragon and his wife Doratea Lucero. I would appreciate hearing anything about this family. Thank you. M. Garcia Moore email

I am looking for any information on:  Great Grandfather Bartolo Araiza and Great Grandmother Modesta Santos also Great Grandfather Juan Reyes and  Great Grandmother Donaciana Orozco also Grandfather Julian Reyes and Grandmother Julia Araiza.  email

Looking for my BOWEN ancestors. (John Felix BOWEN  Maggie  Ellen Tucker BOWEN Joseph Noah BOWEN )
They moved from Texas to NM between 1920 & 1930.  Thank you for any info you can give me. email

Does anyone have information regarding the deaths and burial places in Sierra County of Guy and Docia Dodd BROCAW. Deaths probably were sometime in the 1950's. Thank you. Donna Dodd Black 

I am looking for information regarding Julian Marcus BASSETT in Grant County, and Catron County.He lived in Gila, New Mexico and also worked in some way with Lyon's Lodge. I believe he moved to New Mexico in 1928 and left a couple years later back to Dryden Texas. I want to know what he did while living in New Mexico. email

 Am looking for people who may have known the Elms family in Silver City or Glenwood, New Mexico.  Am trying to find the name of Betty Raye Elms' birth mother and to locate any living relatives. Betty was born in Santa Rita, New Mexico in 1929 and was told that her mother had died when she was three years.  If anyone has information, please contact me. email

I just returned from a trip through Silver City, and Elizabethtown. My wife and I were looking for references to Robert Flormann, who lived with his wife in both towns during the 1870-1875 time frame. It has been by understanding that they lost a child while they were in New Mexico. email

I am trying to find info on Ysidro Gutierrez, who was adoped by a Pacheco family.  His father was Clistro Zambrano or Sambrano.  Mother was Augustina Gutierrez.  Older brother, Ysabel Gutierrez Pacheco Zambrano was sheriff in Grant County in the 1920s.  This info is for Ysidro's granddaughter, Lupe Garcia.  She has not been able to find the info on her own.  email

My great-uncle John Scramlin was born in MI on Mar 2, 1904. After his father died and his mother was unable to raise a large family, John was adopted by Charles and Susan Shoemaker. They moved to NM. After Mr. Shoemaker died Susan married William Hockman. They lived at White Signal, Grant Co. NM. I've been told that Hockmans co-owned a ranch with Walter and Effie McNutt. My only information is the 1920 US Census showing George living with the Hockmans at White Signal. For 90 years our family has wondered about and prayed for John/George. We would like to know if he was happy, did he marry, did he have a family and where is he buried? Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. Linda Harrell email

I'm looking for any information I can get on Dr. Lewis Willis Kennon who was a surgeon at Fort Selden in 1877.  His wife, Mary Agnes Kennon, died at Silver City in 1876 and was buried at the old cemetery.  Son Juan Lorenzo was born in 1868 in NM.  I have texts of letters, an obituary on the wife, and other information confirming his presence there.  email

Glynn Pauley LeCroy's name is associated with Memory Gardens Cemetery in Grant Co. Death Records, NM, but without any dates. Any further information on him or other LeCroys would be greatly appreciated. Carol LeCroy Brewer email

I'm looking for records of my father's death. Christine email

Joseph Claypole (or Cleypole) Meeson and Edwin Marriage both from Essex England. Thought to be in Silver City in 1880. Is anything
else known? Maureen L.  email

I am researching my ancestors in New Mexico. My g-grandparents were Oliver Fairchilds and Isabel Moore who settled in the Silver City or Pinos Altos areas of Grant County. Any and all info will be appreciated. Mark Moore email

Searching for information on John Hinton Obrien who worked in the mines (Zuni is shown on one census record) in Grant County, New Mexico. He died in 1944 and his body was returned to Kansas for burial. Does anyone have any information on where I can find more on him? Newspapers/obit/article? Any information is appreciated.
Thanks, Margie Hinton, his distant relative. Margie Hinton email

Rance Owens Tillis (Tillous or Tullous) was born abt March 1860 in Texas.  He married  Annie Laine Ragsdale (born 24
Feb 1870 in Texas).  They had four children:  Catheryn (Katy), Nancy, Harry, and Rosie.  He died around 1902.  I'm searching for any information on his life or death.  The family is found on the 1900 US Santa Rita, Grant County, New Mexico census.  His widow, Annie, is listed on the 1910 Santa Rita, Grant County, New Mexico census as Annie Hitchens.   email

Searching for any info about Lizzie and Robert Schell. Married in Silver City or Rolston City, NM. .email

I'm researching the family of my 2nd great grandfather. The family name is ST. CLAIR. At least two of his sons, William Stephen ST. CLAIR and Duncan ST. CLAIR, ended up in Silver City. William and his wife Nina Lucile's daughter, Nina Beulah ST. CLAIR, was born in Silver City on July 31, 1904. Nina Lucile died in 1915 and is buried in Silver City, but I do not know the cemetery. Any information on the ST. CLAIRs would be most appreciated. Thank you. email

I am looking for William Henry Stevenson and his wife Minnie Ward. In the late 1890 to early 1900 they lived in Grant Co., New Mexico on a ranch. One or more of their children were born there. George Bryan Stevenson born April 8,1900 in Grant Co., New Mexico. Can anyone help me locate this family in census records or in old newspapers of that area or any other records. Thank you, Cathy Moreland email

Juan Terrazas lived in Pino Altos, Grant County, New Mexico 1890 Wifes name Luz de la Cruz. email

Currently researching my grandfather Juan Bernal Tovar. Born in 1920 in Mexico. Census of 1930 and family info. shows he and family lived in Hanover, worked for Empire zin and moved to Bayard. Having difficulty locating information of family prior to 1900 any information appreciated. Robert Tovar email

Emma Auguste FLICK Wallace, b. 1895 in New Braunfels, Texas raised 8 children in Central, Grant County. 
Any info appreciated. Milton email

Jack A. Yarnell married Emma Auguste FLICK Wallace in the 1930s. They lived in Central, Grant County, New Mexico, since renamed to Santa Clara, Grant County, New Mexico. She owned a restaurant and had 8 children
by Fred Wallace when she married Yarnell. Any information would be appreciated. Milton J. Flick email 

Searching for records on my great-grandparents, Alex Zumalt Sr, and Elizebeth Nettie (Lizzie) ??-Zumalt.  They had 2 daughters that I know of, my grandmother, Ada Anne, and her younger sister, Nettie.  I'm assuming that there was an Alex Jr, but maybe died in youth/childhood???  Family legend is that Lizzie was Native American - either Chocktaw or Cherokee   email

Guadalupe County Queries To Top of Page

Need information on any of these New Mexico Settlers. My GGF, A Great Uncle and an uncle homesteaded in the listed counties. They came to New Mexico from the years of 1907 to 1920. Floyud Park, email

I am looking for any information on Clarence J Brasher or Constantine Perkins Brasher who lived in Santa Rosa New Mexico in the 1930s - 1940s. Constantine Brasher died in and is buried in Santa Rosa. Clarence J Brasher was married to Maria Francisca Hinojos. Any info is appreciated. Cheryl Read

Searching for Trinidad Gallegos, born 8 August, 1875 in Anton Chico, Guadalupe County, New Mexico. Died 24 April, 1947 in Las Vegas, San Miguel County, New Mexico. Married to Carlota Garcia. She was born on 1 November, 1884 in Los Alamos, San Miguel County, New Mexico and died in November of 1934 in Raton, Colfax County, New Mexico.  Rose Alvarez Evans email

Martin Lucero,Colonia Guadalupe New,Mexico, Progopa Ulibarri  Las Junta New Mexico.  Nicolasa Lucero, Colonia Guadalupe New,Mex, Nestor Ulibarri  Las Junta New,Mexico.  They were my grandfather and grandmother.  Martin Lucero And Progopa Ulibarri were married in San Ygnacio New Mexico in 1903.  Grandmother maybe Rasale or Ulvary/  Bd Martin Lucero 1877, Progopa 1880  Olympia L.Christensen email

I am searching information on Juan Patron. He moved to Puerto de Luna some time in around 1880 and settled around Fort Sumner. He was married to Beatriz [ice] Labadie. Any information is welcomed. Thank you. Cheryl Read

My Grandfather was John Stone, came  to New Mexico from Tennessee some time in 1865. He was married 3 times: 1 Gavina Chaves, 2 Carmelita Valdez, 3 Sofia Gutierrez. Carmelita was my GGrandmother. John Died in 1926 in Aguro; he was hit and killed by a train. My grandfather was Julian Stone, he was born 1891. Please share any information on this family, and especially looking for obituary. I appreciate any information. Thanks Lillian Acosta email

Harding County Queries To Top of Page

Am seeking information from anyone in the following counties. Colfax, Mora, Harding, Union, and Taos counties. I'm searching for a baptism and marriage record for JOSE EULOGIO AGUILAR. Born approximately in 1854. He married Maria Gracia Leyba in approximately 1879. Maria Gracia Leyba was baptized in Penasco in 1857. All I know is that g-grandma Graica Leyba went to Trinidad, Colorado as a housekeeper for her brothers and met JOSE EULOGIO AGUILAR and they married and moved back to Ojo Sarco, New Mexico in the Penasco, Taos County, New Mexico area.
They baptized their children in the San Antonio Church, Penasco, Taos, County, New Mexico. I have already searched the Picuris, Penasco New Mexico, and Trinidad, Colorado LDS baptism and marriage records and have not found either a baptism or marriage record. Any help will be appreciated. I also heard that JOSE EULOGIO AGUILAR may have been a Presbyterian, however I believe that he was probably baptized Catholic and doubtful that they married in the Presbyterian faith since Maria Gracia Leyba was Catholic and their children were baptized and raised Catholic. Please email to: tweetyaguilar@hotmail.com Thank you.

I'm looking for information on my families and would appreciate any help that you can give. The surnames are BRYANT, DIMITROFF, DORTON, FERGUSON and GOESLING. I was born in Clayton, Union County New Mexico in 1935 I think that I might have two brothers buried at Clayton Cemetery and one brother at Grenville Cem. I still have family living in and around Clayton. Please email me at BY2PY@aol.com Patsy DORTON Hawley

I am looking for information on the following families in Quay County: Fletcher, Fitzwater, and possibly Messick or Musick, as well as Clark. These families had land patents during the early part of the century. William H. Fletcher and his son, Manson H. Fletcher, received these patents in 1915. Manson was my grandfather. He married a Bertha Fitzwater--my grandmother, in 1918. There only child, my father, was Charles Fletcher. William H. Fletcher married Martha Messick (or Musick, or Music) in Coffee County, Tennessee and had eleven children there. They moved west around the turn of the century--1900. I do not know why they would have moved so relatively late in life and from a more fertile land to the semi-arid land. The homesteads were eight miles north of Endee. Endee is on I-40 (it has its own exit) and bout 3 miles from the Texas border. Any help would be appreciated. John L. Fletcher

I'm looking for information on the following families who lived in Colfax County: Gallagher, James was born March 18, 1893 in Eagle Nest. He married Fern Knight on October 4, 1917 in Raton, Colfax, New Mexico. McBride, Ed was born April 12, 1892 in Cimarron. He married Sallie Knight on March 13, 1920 in Raton, Colfax, New Mexico. Karlin, Fred was born 26 May 1896 in Maxwell. He married Eva Knight on 17 September 1913 in Raton, Colfax, New Mexico. Gallagher, John was born 7 October 1880, Eagle Nest, New Mexico. He married Edith Knight on 14 June, 1916 in Union County, probably Clayton. Please send any information about these family to Kay King

Gabriel J. GONZALES married Henrietta LOVEJOY 1909 in Las Vegas, NM. Gabriel worked for the railroad and moved to Las Animas County, Colorado around 1910 then later to Wyoming and finally Washington State. Gabriel and his wife had 6 children:
Gabriel- Settled in Aguilar, Las Animas County Colorado
Carolina Gonzáles-Branson

I am need help, as I have reach an impasse in my research. I am looking for the Marriage records and Birth records of my Great-great grandparents. I have only found one record of them existing and it is in the 1900 census of Spinger, Colfax co. There Names were Manuel GONZALES and Juana SANCHEZ here is the information I gathered via the census... Manuel GONZALES (b.1852 NM) and Juana SANCHEZ (b. 1855 NM) and married possibly in 1882 (my great-great grandparents) they appear in the 1900 NM census Colfax Co., Springer, NM. They had 5 children listed in the census and 3 others that I know of: Felicitas b. 1879 Colorado Vincente b. 1882 Colorado Gabriel Jose b. 1885 Springer, NM. Eutimia b. 1891 Patrocinia b. ? Mitilde ? Lucadio ? Family Stories put them in a few diffrent places Springer of course, Maxwell, Wagonmound, and Las Vegas. My own grandfather was raised by Juana in Las Vegas around the early 1920's. He passed away in 1973 so he is unavailable for questioning. Also Manuel was thought to have passed in the early 1900's I have been able to find a Manuel Gonzales b. 1851 in Pecos, Rio Arriba that looks like a good Candidate and a friend in Las Vegas sent me another possible candidate (Gonzales, Jose Manuel bap.2 Dec. 1850.) from Las Vegas. I got an email from a lady who told me Springer's Church had burned down and all the records destroyed and the graveyard had been destroyed by a flood in the early 1920's. Here is my question where do I go from here? Any help would be greatly Appreciated. Thank You, Carolina Gonzáles-Branson

I am searching for info on Manuel GONZALES (b.1852 NM) and Juana SANCHEZ (b. 1855 NM) and married possibly in 1882 (my great-great grandparents) they appear in the 1900 NM census Colfax Co., Springer, NM. They had 5 children listed in the census and 3 others that I know of:
Felicitas b. 1879 Colorado
Vincente b. 1882 Colorado
Gabriel Jose b. 1885 Springer, NM.
Eutimia b. 1891
Patrocinia b. ?
Mitilde ?
Lucadio ?
Family Stories mention other possible locations for Manuel GONZALES and Juana Sanchez as: Wagon Mound, Maxwell and Las Vegas, NM. Manuel Possibly died from being gored by a bull in the late 1800's. Another family rumor was that they originally came from Barcelona, Spain.
Carolina Gonzáles-Branson

Vincente GONZALES Married Aldina ? and appeared in the 1910 Springer, NM. Census
Vincente and his wife had 5 children:
Vincente, Jr. b. 1901
Luis b. 1902
Gilberto b.1906
Rudolfo b. 1908
Cita ?
Some of Vincente's children were later know to live in Albuquerque.
Carolina Gonzáles-Branson

Please post this name to Harding County New Mexico query. Looking for info. re. Frank and Fern (Knight, Gallagher) Hartley. Frank Hartley was born 24 September 1887 and he died in April 1967 per the SSDI. He may have been born in Colfax County. Both Frank and Fern were listed as residing at Roy, Hardin County New Mexico. I'd appreciate any information from anyone who knew about them. Thanks. Kay King

My great, great grandfather, John E. JOHNSON/JOHNSTON, was born in 1821 and immigrated from Durham County England with his family to Blossburg, New Mexico in 1870's or 1880's. He was a mine foreman for the Raton Coal and Coke Company at Blossburg. And I think the mural in Shuler Theatre depicting the mining operation is possibly either my great great grandfather, John E. Johnson, or his son William Johnson.
John E. Johnson shot himself on a Saturday, in July 1895 according to an article in the Raton Register, and he is buried in Raton. No record has been found but the possibility is that he is buried in Fairmont cemetery along with his son in law George DALE, husband of Susan Johnson Dale. Newspapers of Raton mention his involvement in the community when Blossburg was thriving and coal was king. His daughters and husbands also were part of Blossburg.
1. Susan (Johnson) and George DALE are my great grandparents. George who died tragically at age 41, supposedly hit by a train near Sophris or Piedmont, Colorado. He is also buried in unknown and unmarked grave in Raton. He played the flute in the Raton Dance Band. I believe his picture is in the book titled Ghost Towns and Mining Camps of New Mexico.
2. William and Isabella (Conley) JOHNSON
3. Grace (Johnson) and James CONLEY
4. Mary Ellen (Johnson) and William BETTON. I believe that other sons of John and Isabella JOHNSON , also lived either at Blossburg or Raton at some point and descendents may still be in New Mexico. His sons were Joseph, Robert, James and John. Other surnames associated with my JOHNSON and DALE lines who lived and worked in New Mexico before the 1900's were LePlats and Durands. There are5th, 6th and 7th generation of these ancestors still living near Trinidad, Colorado. My roots and my memories are etched in the history of Colfax County and the town of Raton and surrounding area.
Nadine Williams Britton

Victor Pitts was born November 7, 1892, and he died July 1968 Raton. Margaret Pitts (ELLIS) was his sister. Please provide any information available.
Thank you. Kerry Shepherd

Hidalgo County Queries To Top of Page

Does anyone have information regarding the deaths and burial places in Sierra County of Guy and Docia Dodd BROCAW. Deaths probably were sometime in the 1950's. Thank you. Donna Dodd Black

My aunt, Florence Koizumi, died in 1949 at the Brock Ranch.  Anyone know anything about her or the people who lived on the Brock Ranch in Lordsburg? email

I am looking for information about my Great Grandfather Ygnacio (AKA Ignacio, Nacho) RODRIGUEZ born in New Mexico approximately 1872 and lived and died in Los Angeles approximately 1965. He was married to Louisa Menge and had four children: George Rodriguez (my dad), Michael Rodriguez, Peggy Rodriguez-Joy, Jeri Rodriguez-Scholfield. They later divorced and he remarried a woman named Ramona. He worked for the Railroad (I believe Southern Pacific, my Dad's birth certificate says SP Roundhouse as his occupation). Please if you have any information please e-mail me. Thank you. Rosanna Rodriguez-Gonzales.

Lea County Queries To Top of Page

Trying to find out about ancestorson my mother's side of the family.  Her maiden name was Roberts, my grandmother's Bales, and somewhere in there is the surname of Garrett,
Hardin and Chisum email

I am looking for my family, African Americans in Hobbs or Carlsbad New Mexico. The family name is Pauley, or Parley. I was told that one of my cousins was one of the oldest living persons in one of  the above cities when he/she passed away. Sherry Graves email

Oscar Wood Died in Lea County. He lived in Socorro County in 1900 and Dona County in 1910. I need any data on him, family, marriage at all.

Tennessee Blanch Wood:
Tennessee Wood wasn't born in Tennessee, but her roots were there. Her date of birth according to a family member was 5 May 1878. Her death certificate stated her date of birth as 7 May 1879, as reported by her daughter, Idelle. Her correct date of birth was probably 7 May 1877 in Fannin County, Texas.

Her parents were Allen Wood and Sarah Jane Netherton who were married in Cocke County, Tennessee on 9 July 1864. A brief family group is shown below. The Tennessee children were probably born in Cocke County according to a written statement by W. H. McMillan of Cocke County, dated 27 March 1900.
Allen Wood was born in Cocke County, Tennessee 7 September 1841.
sp-Sarah Jane Netherton was born in Tennessee 28 April 1843.
1-Oscar Wood was born in Tennessee May 1867.
2-Lana Wood was born in Tennessee in 1868.
3-C.C. Wood was born in Texas October 1871. One unproved record says Christopher Columbus Wood.
4-Ella M. Wood was born in Texas November 1873.
5-Tennessee Blanch Wood was born in Fannin Co., Texas on 7 May 1877.
6-Rufus Wood was born in October 1881 in Texas. Fannin or Coleman County.
7-Lucy B. Wood was born in Texas September 1881. Fannin or Coleman County.
8-Gardie Wood was born in Texas in 1884. Fannin or Coleman County.
Before 1887 Sarah moved her family to Coleman. Her husband died 28 February 1887 in Coleman. On the 1910 Coleman County census, Sarah Wood was living with her daughter, Gardie.  Charlie

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