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  • Valencia County, New Mexico

    This project is part of the State of New Mexico Portal . = Valencia County, New Mexico =About the Project=Please use this project to add, research, document, and discuss your ancestors from Valencia County. You can add profiles for:* People born in Valencia County* People who lived in Valencia County* People who died in Valencia CountyWhen you find helpful resources for research, please share t...

  • Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Parish Cemetery, Tome, New Mexico

    This projects links burials in the Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Parish Cemetery (also known as Tome Catholic Cemetery), Tome, Valencia County, New Mexico, United States. Sources Cemetery Census

  • Governors of New Mexico (Nuevo México) from 1598 to present day

    Scope of project This project identifies the Governors of New Mexico from the governors of the Province of New Mexico under the Viceroyalty of New Spain beginning in 1598, to Susana Martinez, the current Governor of the state of New Mexico. Overview Governors of the Province of New Mexico under the Viceroyalty of New Spain (1598-1822) Mexican Governors of New Mexico (1822-1846) Gove...

  • New Mexico with Counties, Towns and Communities Project.

    This project is for those who were born, lived, and died in the State of New Mexico.

  • State of New Mexico

    This subportal is part of the USA Portal . The state of New Mexico was admitted to the Union on January 6, 1912, becoming the 47th state. New Mexico is located in the Southwestern portion of the United States, it is fifth by area, and the 36th-most populous. Prior to it's exploration by the Spanish in the 16th century, the area comprising the current state of New Mexico had been inh...

  • American Old West

    Designed to capture contributors and participants in America's expansion westward from the east coast. Including politicians, newsmen, explorers, founding fathers, frontiersmen, mountainmen, railroadmen, lawmen, outlaws, gunfighters, etc. Notable people of the American Old West Artists Frederic Remington - Artist who specialized in the American Old West Explorers Sacajawea , S...

  • U.S.A. Indigenous peoples-Southwest

    North American Tribes Southwest Includes the Following States Arizona | Nevada | New Mexico Includes the Following Native American Tribes Apache Awatobi Chemehuevi Coahuiltec Cocopa Comanche Havasupai Hopi Jemez Keresan Family Kiowa Kiowa Apache Lipan Manso Maricopa Mohave Navaho Paiute Papago Panamint Pecos Pima Pueblo Pinal Pueblos Coyotero Piro Pueblo Quahatika Shoshonean Fam...

  • Descendants of Fray Cayetano de Otero (1700's New Mexico)

    =This project is designed to gather New Mexico Otero families who are descendants of Fray Cayetano de Otero c.1703-1768= UPDATE 12-2-2016: New DNA Haplogroup assignment for Cayetano Otero DNA. =R-DF63= == 'ALL NEW MEXICO OTERO DESCENDANTS PLEASE ADD YOUR PROFILE. ' The Story of the Otero’s of New Mexico begins in far off Espana. To an Otero family living in the Galicia region of Spain...

  • Border War (1910-1919)

    The Border War was part of the greater Mexican Revolution. At points in the war, the rebels were supported by the German Empire. The Border War, or the Border Campaign, refers to the military engagements which took place in the Mexico-United States border region of North America during the Mexican Revolution. The Bandit War in Texas was part of the Border War. From the beginning of the Me...

  • The Civil War in New Mexico

    Open to all Descendants of Union and Confederate, Hispanic or Anglo Soldiers. The New Mexico Territory, which included the states of New Mexico, Arizona as well as the southern part of Nevada and later became States in the US played a role in the Trans-Mississippi Theater of the American Civil War. Both Confederate and Union governments claimed jurisdiction and territorial authority over it. ...

  • Reconquest and Recolonization of Nuevo Mexico (New Mexico)-1692

    Scope of project This project identifies soldiers, friars and members of the 70 families involved in the process of reconquest and recolonization of Nuevo Mexico, now New Mexico, which began in 1692, following the bloody Pueblo Revolt of 1680. A list of the 70 families was recorded by Don Diego de Vargas in his journals 1692-1694. Links Notes Kessell, John L. and Hendricks, Rick, edit...

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  • Founding Families of Albuquerque, New Mexico

    Scope of project This project identifies members of the founding families of Albuquerque, New Mexico, in 1706. Overview On 23 April 1706 Francisco Cuervo y Valdés wrote to the king of Spain and to the viceroy of New Spain he had founded a new villa in New Mexico. Francisco Cuervo y Valdés named the community after the viceroy, Fernandez de la Cueva, Duque de Alburquerque. The governor, in...

  • Los Otero's de España

    Otero (apellido) Distribución territorial de apellidos en España, según Instituto Nacional de Estadística En la jurisdicción de Cabezón de Liébana, lugar del partido judicial de Potes, en la provincia de Cantabria, tuvo su solar una familia de este apellido, con ramas en la villa de Potes y en los lugares de Colio (Cillórigo-Castro), Frama y otras del partido judicial de Potes. De esta fa...

  • Inscribers at El Morro National Monument

    Scope of Project This project identifies people who have made inscriptions at El Moro. Overview El Morro National Monument is located on an ancient east-west trail in western New Mexico. The main feature of this National Monument is a great sandstone promontory with a pool of water at its base. As a shaded oasis in the western U.S. desert, this site has seen many centuries of travelers. T...

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  • Second group of settlers to New Mexico, Dec. 24, 1600

    Scope of project This project identifies those who came with the second wave of settlers to New Mexico, who arrived at San Gabriel on December 24, 1600 Overview Within the first year of settlement, don Juan de Oñate made a request of the Viceroy of Nueva España for additional reinforcements in New Mexico. Those recruited for this second wave of settlement included soldiers, families, wome...

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  • Assassination of Governor Rosas

    Scope of Project This project identifies individuals involved in the assassination of former New Mexico governor, Luis Rosas, January 25, 1642. Overview In the Spanish province of Santa Fe Nuevo México, relations between the civil authorities, the military, and the clergy were frequently stormy, and in the late 1630s, with the governorship of Luis de Rosas, the trouble was brought to a he...