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The New Mexico Genealogist 2006-2009
Genealogist Editor: Russ Shaw


Contents of issues are described. Click on the year you wish to review.
2009

2010 - Our 50th Anniversary

40-year CD 1962-2001
Complete issues
on CD

sm button  December 2009   [Vol. 48:4, 68 pgs.]

December 2009

sm button  September 2009   [Vol. 48:3, 48 pgs.]

September 2009

sm button  June 2009   [Vol. 48:2, 52 pgs.]

June 2009

sm button  March 2009   [Vol. 48:1, 57 pgs.]

March 2009

sm button  December 2008   [Vol. 47:4, 64 pgs.]

December 2008

sm button  September 2008   [Vol. 47:3, 52 pgs.]

September 2008

sm button  June 2008  [Vol. 47:2, 46 pages.]

June 2008

sm button  March 2008  [Vol. 47:1, 60 pages.]

(To order issue individually, select v. 47:1, Mar 2008 on order form.)
 
The Story Behind the Photograph: Crespin Torres' Genealogy, by Robert J. C. Baca
Burial Records, Santo Tomas de Abiquiu, 1832-1837, by Virginia Langham Olmstead
Jose Tomas Carrillo, Civil War Veteran, by Nancy Anderson
Genealogy and Citation: Revisiting an Old Nemesis, by Karen Stein Daniel, C.G.sm
Some Descendants of Jose Rafael Lucero and Ana Maria Fresquis, by Eva Coca-Lucero, Jose Feliciano de Martinez and Louise Medina
A Look Back: The Pitfalls of Genealogical Research, by Fray Angelico Chavez
Primeras Familias de Nuevo Mexico (First Families of New Mexico),
as confirmed by New Mexico Records Chairman Ernie Jaskolski. To qualify for this certificate, the applicant has sent in proof of each generation. More information on qualifying is at Primeras Familias.
Congratulations to these diligent researchers:
• Teodora Rufina Gomez Lovato, descendant of Santiago Lopez and Maria Antonia Damiana Ortega, of the Reconquest Period.
• James Albert Ramirez, descendant of Sebastian Rodriguez de Salazar and Luisa Dias, the Oñate Certificate Issued.
New Mexico Ancestors, pre-1912.
Brief sketches of early New Mexico families submitted by readers for purposes of gathering and sharing information. Submit your own New Mexico ancestors to this free program. See: New Mexico Ancestors.
In this issue:
From Stella Ureno of Ceres, CA: Zamora, Chavia, Moya, Martinez, Gonzales, Baca, Collantes, Barela.
From Myrna Noyes of Marysville, WA: Esselbach, Seligman, Wollenweber, Brottlund, Barney, Berryman, Selfridge, Harlow.

sm button  December 2007   [Vol. 46:4, _pages.]

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The Gallegos Family of Ojo Caliente, New Mexico
John H. Gallegos 167


Where Did They Go?
Nancy Anderson 179


Postscript to the Progeny of Padre Martinez
Vicente M. Martinez 181


Civil War Pension Record of Nicanor Torres
Editorial Staff 189


Juan Nepomuceno Baca/Montoya/Trujillo
C. Estella Castillo 191


The Genízaros of Belén
Steven M. Horvath, Jr. 200


sm button  September 2007   [Vol. 46:3, _pages.]

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Morada Membership Lists
Ruben E. Archuleta 111


Proper Citation of AASF Material
Marina Ochoa 119


New Mexico Gold Star Mothers of WW I (concluded)
Karen Stein Daniel 121


1860 Federal Census, Territorial Copy
Russell F. Shaw 130


Springer Burials 1918-1928
Toni Gomez Giovanetti 134


The Family of Cayetano Torres
Antoinette Duran y Silva & Nancy Anderson 140


sm button  June 2007   [Vol. 46:2, _pages.]

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The Progeny of Padre Martinez of Taos
Vicente M. Martinez 55


Atarque in Western Valencia County: A Melting Pot
Pauline Chavez Bent 66


New Mexico Gold Star Mothers of WW I (continued)
Karen Stein Daniel 68


New Mexico Hispanics in the Mexican War, 1847-1848
John P. Deeben 79


sm button  March 2007   [Vol. 46:1, 1-52 pages.]

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Gold Star Mothers of World War I , by Karen Stein Daniel, CG
Record of Interments, Taos, New Mexico (continued), by Louanna Gortarez
The 1885 New Mexico Census: A Hidden Gem , by Mark Thompson
Families on the Rio del Oso Grant , by Russell F. Shaw
Entierros de la Parriquia de Springer , by Toni Gomez Giovanetti
Tribute to Pat Esterly and Margaret Windham , by Staff>
Book Review: To the End of the Earth, A History of the CryptoJews of New Mexico , by MaeAllen Form
Primeras Familias de Nuevo Mexico (First Families of New Mexico),
as confirmed by New Mexico Records Chairman Ernie Jaskolski. To qualify for this certificate, the applicant has sent in proof of each generation. More information on qualifying is at Primeras Familias.
Congratulations to these diligent researchers:
• Jimmy J. Martinez, descendant of Pedro Lucero de Godoi and Francisca Gómez Roblendo, of the Oñate Period.
• Jacob Albert Tapia Jr. descendant of Don Juan Bautista Alarid and Maria Francisca Fernandez de la Pedrera, of the Reconquest Period.
New Mexico Ancestors, pre-1912.
Brief sketches of early New Mexico families submitted by readers for purposes of gathering and sharing information. Submit your own New Mexico ancestors to this free program. See: New Mexico Ancestors.
In this issue:
From Stella Ureno of Ceres, CA: Zamora, Chavia, Moya, Martinez, Gonzales, Baca, Collantes, Barela.
From Myrna Noyes of Marysville, WA: Esselbach, Seligman, Wollenweber, Brottlund, Barney, Berryman, Selfridge, Harlow.

sm button  December 2006   [Vol. 45:4, 157-221 pages.]

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Pierre (Pedro) L'Esperance: Hearsay versus Fact, by Nancy Andeerson
Plaza de Las Huertas, by Francisco Sisneros
The Ancestry of Jose Lucero, of Tome New Mexico, by Rosemary Lucero
Record of Interments, Taos, New Mexico: 1906-1907, (continued) by Louanna Gortarez
Employees of Crownpoint Indian School: 1911-1912, by Karen Stein Daniel CG
Hispanic Homesteaders on the Pajarito Plateau, by Russell F. Shaw
Education in New Mexico, Part 2; From Territorial Period to Statehood, by Robert J. Torréz
Robert, a former State Historian, presented a program on this subject to the NMGS.
Primeras Familias de Nuevo Mexico (First Families of New Mexico),
as confirmed by New Mexico Records Chairman Ernie Jaskolski. To qualify for this certificate, the applicant has sent in proof of each generation. More information on qualifying is at Primeras Familias.
Congratulations to these diligent researchers:
• Teodora Rufina Gomez Lovato, descendant of Santiago Lopez and Maria Antonia Damiana Ortega, of the Reconquest Period.
• James Albert Ramirez, descendant of Sebastian Rodriguez de Salazar and Luisa Dias, the Oñate Certificate Issued.
New Mexico Ancestors, pre-1912.
Brief sketches of early New Mexico families submitted by readers for purposes of gathering and sharing information. Submit your own New Mexico ancestors to this free program. See: New Mexico Ancestors.
In this issue:
From Mildred A. Jones of Farmington, NM: Jones, Culp, Curry, Reip, Upson, Riley.
From Sylvia Lopez of Albuquerque, NM: Mora, Montoya, Herrera, Zamora.

sm button  September 2006   [Vol. 45:3, 110-156 pages.]

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Education in New Mexico, Part I; From Colonial New Spain through the Mexican Period, by Robert J. Torréz
Robert, a former state historian,presented a program on this subject to the NMGS.
Record of Interments, Taos, New Mexico from 1902, by Louanna Gortarez
The original books containing these records are in the Archives of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe.
Presidential Nominees for Federal Employment in New Mexico, 1849-1946, by Matthew J. Law
Two Militia Muster Rolls, Toas: 1848. by Ernie Jaskolski
Militia muster rolls for the Indian Wars that can be found at the State Archives and can be accessed by a card index.
A Genealogical Wedding, the Armijo-Otero Nuptials: 1877, by John Colligan
A discription of an imposing wedding ceremony. This is a gem from the John Colligan Collection.
The Families of San José de Las Huertas, by Russell F. Shaw
A New Mexico settlement started in ghe eighteenth century but is now a ghost town, a result of frequent Indian raids.
Primeras Familias de Nuevo Mexico (First Families of New Mexico),
as confirmed by New Mexico Records Chairman Ernie Jaskolski. To qualify for this certificate, the applicant has sent in proof of each generation. More information on qualifying is at Primeras Familias
Congratulations to these diligent researchers:
• James Albert Ramirez, descendant of George Gold and Maria Estefana Montoya, of the Territorial Period.
• Linda Marie Susan Ruybal Martinez, descendant of Santiago Lopez and Maria Antonia Damiana Ortega, of the Reconquest Periods.
New Mexico Ancestors, pre-1912.
Brief sketches of early New Mexico families submitted by readers for purposes of gathering and sharing information. Submit your own New Mexico ancestors to this free program. See: New Mexico Ancestors.
In this issue:
From Gene and Olympia Christensen of Pardeeville, WI: Lucero, Ulibarry, Marquez, Velasquez, Romero, Garcia, Gutierrez, Valdes, Santiestaban, Martin.

sm button  June 2006   [Vol. 45:2, 52 pgs.]

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A Gallegos Family History: Gaspar Antonio Gallegos and Geronima de Ortega, by Carmalee Gallegos Owen
Civil War Roll of Honor: Names of Union Soldiers Interred in New Mexico Aamy Posts (1870), by Christina DeVita
A Widow's Might: A Case for Doña Gertrudis Sanchez, Second Wife of Don Pedro Duran y Chaves, by Rita Sanchez
Probate Journal Extracts: Santa Ana County, 1876, by Russell F. Shaw
Passing of the Pen, by Nancy Anderson.We welcome Russ Shaw as new editor of the New Mexico Genealogist
Primeras Familias de Nuevo Mexico (First Families of New Mexico),
as confirmed by New Mexico Records Chairman Ernie Jaskolski. To qualify for this certificate, the applicant has sent in proof of each generation. More information on qualifying is at Primeras Familias.
Congratulations to these diligent researchers:
• Edward Isamu Shibata, descendant of Roy Ushijiro Shibata and Yei Fujisawa, of the Territorial Period.
• Eugene Ernest Jaramillo, descendant of Bartolome de Montoya and Maria de Zamora, of the Oñate and Mexican Periods.
• Joseph Edward Scotti, descendant of Guiseppi Antonio Scott and Mari Crescionni, of the Territorial Period.
New Mexico Ancestors, pre-1912.
Brief sketches of early New Mexico families submitted by readers for purposes of gathering and sharing information. Submit your own New Mexico ancestors to this free program. See: New Mexico Ancestors.
In this issue:
From Margie Pino Hobby of Albuquerque, NM: Silva, Ballejos (Ballejos),Chavez, Pino, Cordova, Gallegos.
From Susan Jane Alva of Ramona ,CA: Salas, Rodriguez, Valles, Bravo.

sm button  March 2006   [Vol. 45:1, ___ pgs.]

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Columbus Delano ("Del") Lockard: A New Mexico Mystery, by Isabel Lockard
Letters Home ~ Green Francis Hall at Tusas, Rio Arriba County, NM, by Robert McArthur and Nancy Anderson
Jesus Arviso, Interpreter for the Navajos, and his Descendants: A New Mexico Multi-cultural, New Mexico Multi-cultural, Multi-ethnic Study (Part II), by Karen Stein Daniel, CGSM
San Miguel del Bado Death Records, 1829-1833, by Henrietta M. Christmas
Garfield Cemetery, Doña Ana County, New Mexico, by Estella Castillo
Primeras Familias de Nuevo Mexico (First Families of New Mexico),
as confirmed by Ernie Jaskolski, New Mexico Records Chair. To qualify for this certificate, the applicant has sent in proof of each generation. More information on qualifying is at Primeras Familias.
Congratulations to these diligent researchers:
• Clifford D. Madrid, descendant of Hernán Martín Serrano and Juana Rodríguez, of the Oñate Period.
• Clifford D. Madrid, descendant of Juan Pedro Madrid and Agustina Martín Serrano, of the Reconquest Period.
New Mexico Ancestors, pre-1912.
Brief sketches of early New Mexico families submitted by readers for purposes of gathering and sharing information. Submit your own New Mexico ancestors to this free program. See: New Mexico Ancestors.
In this issue:
From Thelma Cagle of Edmonds, WA: TCagle.
From Wynona Kay Holt Wallace of Lago Vista, TX: McKee, Shaw, Pate, Gill, Allen, King, Davis, Phillips, Edwards, Adams, and Turner.
From Nancy Spencer of Denver, CO: Spencer, Burtch, and Honworth.

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