statewide resources

Henry Lee Larkin tombstone found in NM. We would like information regarding this lost tombstone so that it can be returned to the Larkin family.

New Mexico Death Index, 1899 – 1940.

New Mexico History and Map  Links placed here by Harold Kilmer and Don McAlavy.  Check here to see how New Mexico Counties developed and NM has changed over the years.  Check this site to see why people went to a certain area when they came to New Mexico.   Did you know that gold was first discovered in New Mexico in 1828?

I can do lookups from the transcribed records of the Lincoln County Santa Rita Catholic Church Baptisms as well as a cemetery book created by the Lincoln County Historical Society. I also have the 1850 New Mexico census in book form as well as several other New Mexico marriage and baptismal records - Santa Fe, San Miguel, Rio Arriba, Taos, and Belen. I have a copy of "Origins of New Mexico Families" by Fray Angelico Chavez and the oldest New Mexico censuses prepared by Virginia Langham Olmsted for the New Mexico Genealogical Society.

New Mexico Census locater

New Mexico County Clerks  Birth, Marriage and Divorces.

New Mexico 1890 Special Census  Special Schedule by NM Genealogical Society.

Locating Church Records in New Mexico

Beyond Origins of New Mexico Families  Material by José Antonio Esquibel. (Click on this link, then click on "people" and then click on "names")

NMGenWeb Project Archives  Search the entire NMGenWeb Archives.

NM Tombstone Project

New Mexico Genealogical, Historical and Research Societies

New Mexico Funeral Homes

Spanish Flu Epidemic of 1918  A report by historian/writer Don McAlavy.

200th/515th Coast Artillery Batan-Corregidor WWII Memorial  A New Mexico National Guard story and it contains a name list.

Santa Fe National Cemetery

Hispanic Genealogical Research in New Mexico.

Shaded relief map The State of New Mexico.

New Mexico map from 1909

1895 New Mexico map

1883 map of New Mexico

Eastern New Mexico Ghost Towns/Communities and Abandoned places