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  2. Aztec Cemetery Greenlawn Cemetery La Plata Cemetery Memory Gardens of Farmington http://www.interment.net/us/nm/san_juan.htm
  3. Aztec Cemetery Greenlawn Cemetery La Plata Cemetery Memory Gardens of Farmington http://www.interment.net/us/nm/san_juan.htm View full record
  4. Portales Cemetery Richland Cemetery http://www.interment.net/us/nm/roosevelt.htm
  5. Portales Cemetery Richland Cemetery http://www.interment.net/us/nm/roosevelt.htm View full record
  6. South Park http://www.interment.net/us/nm/chaves.htm
  7. South Park http://www.interment.net/us/nm/chaves.htm View full record
  8. Kit Carson State Park Memorial Cemetery Placita Cemetery Sierra Vista Cemetery http://www.interment.net/us/nm/taos.htm
  9. Kit Carson State Park Memorial Cemetery Placita Cemetery Sierra Vista Cemetery http://www.interment.net/us/nm/taos.htm View full record
  10. Desert View Cemetery Garden of Memories (Hatch) Tompkins Cemetery http://www.interment.net/us/nm/dona_ana.htm
  11. Desert View Cemetery Garden of Memories (Hatch) Tompkins Cemetery http://www.interment.net/us/nm/dona_ana.htm View full record
  12. Dinwiddie and Fort Bayard http://www.interment.net/us/nm/grant.htm
  13. Dinwiddie and Fort Bayard http://www.interment.net/us/nm/grant.htm View full record
  14. Beginning in the 1500’s Spanish colonists journeyed up the Rio Grande Valley and established settlements and mission churches along the way. There were several mission churches including the SAN MIGUEL MISSION in Socorro, the oldest Catholic Church in the United States, as well as churches in Riley, Florida, San Acacia, La Joyita, Alamillo, Polvadera, Bosquecito, Lemitar, Sabino, La Parida, El Tajo, Luis Lopez, San Antonio, San Antonito, San Marcial, La Plaza Vieja, Magdalena, Kelly and more. Several of these missions are still in existence today, while others remain remnants of the past locked away in the GHOST TOWNS of our region. Read more about these missions in following articles written by Socorro County Historian Paul Harden: http://www.socorronm.org/attractions/mission-churches-socorro-county/
  15. Beginning in the 1500’s Spanish colonists journeyed up the Rio Grande Valley and established settlements and mission churches along the way. There were several mission churches including the SAN MIGUEL MISSION in Socorro, the oldest Catholic Church in the United States, as well as churches in Riley, Florida, San Acacia, La Joyita, Alamillo, Polvadera, Bosquecito, Lemitar, Sabino, La Parida, El Tajo, Luis Lopez, San Antonio, San Antonito, San Marcial, La Plaza Vieja, Magdalena, Kelly and more. Several of these missions are still in existence today, while others remain remnants of the past locked away in the GHOST TOWNS of our region. Read more about these missions in following articles written by Socorro County Historian Paul Harden: http://www.socorronm.org/attractions/mission-churches-socorro-county/ View full record
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