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New Mexico Genealogy Queries

There was a time when, if people wanted to have their family history traced, they would have to pay a hefty fee to a professional genealogist to do it for them. Today, this is no longer the case, and anyone who is interested in learning more about their family history can access a variety of records that are now available to the public for a small fee. If you live in New Mexico, there are a number of documents that you can use to help for your New Mexico genealogy queries.

Now, not only will you be learning about your ancestors, you will be learning about the history of New Mexico. You may even find that some of your ancestors have played a part in the state’s history. Once you start researching your family history, there are so many interesting things that you will learn that you or other living family members had no idea about. For instance, if you are searching for information about African-American ancestors, there are some great resources available to you. At the New Mexico Genealogy website, you can access information from New Mexico African American Resources, including Buffalo Soldier’s Grave and Early African American Settlements in New Mexico.

Getting Started With Your New Mexico Genealogy Queries

If you have never done any type of genealogical research before, the task ahead may seem quite daunting. Many people have absolutely no idea of where to start. In the beginning, it is going to seem like you have a lot of information to wade through, and your research may be disjointed, because you will be jumping all around. It is best to get organized and create a plan of action. One of the first things you should do is talk to elderly family members who can provide you with names of their deceased relatives. You can often get a lot of important information this way, and it is a great place to start.

Once you have a list of names to get you started, you can start making your New Mexico genealogy queries. You can access many documents where you will find information on the people you are researching. Some of the documents you will want to use for your research include:

  • Cemetery Records
  • Birth/Death Records
  • Marriage Records
  • Court Records
  • Directories
  • Census Records

Once you have collected records on the people on your list, you will begin your actual research. You will learn a variety of things from these records, such as birthdates, location of births, dates of deaths, and much more. One of the most valuable things you will learn from these records is the names of the next of kin of those you are researching. The more you research, the more you are going to learn, and the more research you are going to want to do.

When you have a plan in place, you will have a pretty good idea of which New Mexico genealogy queries you should be making in order to get all of the information for a complete and accurate family history.


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New Mexico Marriages, 1727-1900 - External Link

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Bernalillo County - Juan Tomas Cemetery Inscriptions

Bernalillo County - Los Padillas Cemetery Inscriptions

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Bernalillo County - Sunset Memorial Cemetery Inscriptions

Catron County - Alma Cemetery Inscriptions

Catron County - Cooney's Tomb Cemetery Inscriptions

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Grant County - Dinwiddie Cemetery Inscriptions

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