|New México Genealogy Links
The Spanish Archives for New México Volume I and Volume II on the Internet Archive and the Google version of The Spanish Archives for New México Volume 2
Also on Google Books, Spanish Mission Churches of New Mexico By Le Baron Bradford Prince.
New Mexico Digital Newspapers from UNM Library.
New Mexico Roots ltd : a demographic perspective from genealogical, historical and geographic data found in the diligencias matrimoniales or pre-nuptial investigations (1678-1869) of the Archives of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe : multiple data extracted and here edited in a uniform presentation by years and family surnames. This is the best resource and it has been digitized and put on-line for everyone's use.
Another great resource on line is Hendricks and Colligan: New Mexico Prenuptial Investigations From the Archivos Históricos del Arzobispado de Durango, 1760-1799 and 1800-1893.
NM Genealogical Society based in Albuquerque, NM & New Mexico Genealogical Society Blog
I wish this site was still being updated, but I'm glad Beyond Origins of New México Families has been archived.
Hispanic Genealogical Research Center of New México. HGRC of NM provides an excellent data base full of New Méxican, Spanish and Méxican Ancestors.
Albuquerque Genealogical Society
Village of Carnúel New México
History and Genealogy of the Towns East of Albuquerque. Jackie Luna has done impressive work and she shares it with others on her site. I found it helpful for my Candelaria, López and Sánchez lines.
Olibama López Tushar Hispanic Legacy Research Center - Hispanic Genealogy in Southern Colorado
History of theBrito Family in New Mexico on PDF.
Henrietta Martinez Christmas's Blog 1598 which includes Wills, Land Grant and more good New Mexico Genealogical Information.
José Antonio Esquibel's Blog continues the Beyond Origins tradition on his GoodReads.
Grolet ~ Gurulé website is dedicated to all those researching the Gurulé surname.
New Mexico Historical Review
NMGenWeb New México Archives or look through the county files via FTP - Click on the county name!
Socorro, New México GenWeb Site
Bernalillo County GenWeb Site - Includes Albuquerque, New México
Santa Fé County GenWeb site
Taos County, New México GenWeb
NMGenWeb Project Valencia County, NM
Belen, New México Genealogy Records Database
Selected Records Relating to Enumeration of Pueblo Indians, 1790-1939 from the National Archives.
New Mexico Indian Tribes from Access Genealogy
Colonial Spanish Terms and Document Related Phrases
Sleeping Ancestors Cemetery photographs (20,000 pictures) of Headstones and Markers for Southeastern New Mexico and Southwest Texas.
Online New México Death Records & Indexes
Digital Collections Presented by UNM University Libraries
The online catalog of the New México State Archives
New México Jewish Historical Society
Founding Families of Río Abajo Database
Southwest Books Genealogical & Research Materials
El Escritorio - a publishing and research company focusing on the Hispano, Méxican American, Chicano and Native American Communities in Colorado, New México and the Borderlands.
Old New México Genealogy, News & History
Index to Finding Aids for Collections in the Río Grande Historical Collections at the New México State University Library
The Civil War Archive Union Regimental Index New México
Reconquistadores Living in Santa Fé After the 1691-95 Reconquest
New México map and county maps from the 1895 Atlas. In 1895, New México had a grand total of 153,593 people.
Soldier Enlistments & Other Roster Records for the Presidio of Santa Fé
Trementina.com The information provided at this site is a compilation of Hispanic research specifically in New México. The site contains genealogy, book reviews, links and suggestions for researching in New México.
Using the Internet to Explore New México History and Hispanic Genealogy
WPA Life Histories from New México
New México Adoption Registry
New México DNA Project
Cemeteries of New México - Cemetery Records
Center For Land Grant Studies
Cemeteries of New México Online
A Research Tool for Sephardic Genealogy / Jewish Genealogy
Genealogy Society of Hispanic America
Names of Inquisition victims in New Spain by the Spanish Inquisition for relapsing into Judaism.
Selected Library of Congress Resources for New Mexico
Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Records for New Mexico from the National Archives.
New México Genealogy Forum at Genealogy.com
New Mexico Mailing Lists
Vist my Listmania for New Mexico on Amazon.com
Personal New Méxican Hispanic Genealogy Sites that Cite Sources
Juan N. Mestas and Feliciana Arellano Family History and Genealogy
"Rancho Pancho" - About the Ortiz, Delgado, Larragoite, Valdes, Velarde, Garcia, Barbero, Hill, Nichols and Lester Families of New México
Ancestors of Stanley Andrés Lucero
Antoinette Duran Silva's Genealogy Homepage!
Montoya, Medina, Manzanares and Lucero Families
Slawson, Thurlow, Baca and Martinez Ancestors
From my recently discovered 4th cousin,The Baca/Douglas Genealogy and Family History Blog
Books We Own is a list of resources owned/accessed by individuals who are willing to look up genealogical information and email or snail mail it to others who request it.
Index of Native American Genealogy Resources on the Internet
Online Native American Indian Genealogy Records & Databases
Lists of Swiss emigrants in the eighteenth century to the American colonies - Book found on the Internet Archive
The Ships List has hundreds of passenger lists to Canada, USA, Australia and even some for South Africa.
Ellis Island Passenger Arrivals Search Engine
Blair Society for Genealogical Research
The Complete 1895 Atlas will help you find the counties that existed in your state in 1895
Ancestors at Rest - Your ancestors in death records
Naturalization Records in U.S.A. and Canada
The USGenWeb Project - Free Genealogy and Family History Online
Obituary Central - An Obituary Database and Headquarters for Finding Obituaries
Black Sheep Ancestors
Roster of Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines of the War of 1812, the Mexican War, and the War of the ...
Genealogy and surnames: with some heraldic and biographical notices By William Anderson
The Mennonites of America By Charles Henry Smith
Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 ... By United States Bureau of the Census, United States Census Office. 1st census, 1790
Common ancestors of all humans is an interesting site.
Resources for Genealogists from the National Archives
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