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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 View full record
  3. Portales Cemetery Richland Cemetery http://www.interment.net/us/nm/roosevelt.htm View full record
  4. South Park http://www.interment.net/us/nm/chaves.htm View full record
  5. Kit Carson State Park Memorial Cemetery Placita Cemetery Sierra Vista Cemetery http://www.interment.net/us/nm/taos.htm View full record
  6. Desert View Cemetery Garden of Memories (Hatch) Tompkins Cemetery http://www.interment.net/us/nm/dona_ana.htm View full record
  7. Dinwiddie and Fort Bayard http://www.interment.net/us/nm/grant.htm View full record
  8. 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 th
  9. Quite a few records created by the historical society, but can be accessed here. Land grants; Doña Ana County (N.M.); Stoes, Kate; Las Cruces (N.M.); Naming ceremonies; Forts; Milton, Hugh M. (Hugh Meglone), 1897-; Military history; Fort Thorne (N.M.); Church buildings--Doña Ana County (N.M.); Trivia; Farms; Wrecking; Ferralez... http://contentdm.nmsu.edu/cdm/search/searchterm/Doña Ana County Historical Society (N.M.)/mode/exact View full record
  10. We strive to encourage and promote greater appreciation and knowledge of the historical and cultural heritage of southern New Mexico. The Society meets on the third Thursday of the month, with the exception of June, July, August, December and January.There is no cost to attend.We have a Banquet for Members only in January. Membership costs $20.00 for single members and $25 Dollars for couples. We meet at Good Samaritan Village Stucky Auditorium downstairs in the main activities building. What We Do To encourage and promote a greater appreciation and knowledge of the historical and
  11. Alma Cemetery Apache Creek Cemetery Aragon Cemetery Cooney Cemetery Datil Cemetery http://www.interment.net/us/nm/catron.htm View full record
  12. Fairmont Cemetery Springer Cemetery http://www.interment.net/us/nm/colfax.htm View full record
  13. Canoncito Cemetery Canon Del Carnuel Cemetery Cerro Cemetery (Cedro Cemetery) Evangelico Cemetery (Blake Cemetery) Fairview Memorial Park Gate of Heaven Cemetery Juan Tomas Cemetery Los Padillas Cemetery Mount Calvary Cemetery Mountain View Cemetery (Martinez Family Cemetery) Our Lady Of Mount Carmel Cemetery Pajarito Cemetery San Carlos Cemetery Sanchez Cemetery Sandia Memory Gardens San Jose de Armijo Cemetery San Jose del El Rosario Cemetery Saint Michael And All Angels Cemetery Santo Nino Cemetery Santa Clara Cemetery Sunset Memorial Park h
  14. The museum is on the State Register of Historic Places. There is no admission charge to the museum or for the monthly Historical Society programs, but donations are always welcome. The Herzstein Memorial Museum’s gleaming hardwood floors and colorful stained glass windows serve as a lovely setting for the display of antiques and artifacts which have been given or loaned by the many people interested in preserving the history and heritage of Union County. Furnishings from a doctor’s office of the 1930’s, an eye doctor’s equipment, a model railroad with downtown Clayton as the backgro
  15. Seems to be a very nice site with plenty of data available on line. http://www.interment.net/us/nm/sierra.htm View full record
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