Search New Mexico Census Records
New Mexico Census Records are most effectively searched if you know the specific township and county (or Parish) where your ancestors lived for the period you are searching. If you are certain of the location, you can filter out many unwanted results. If your search does not yield any matches, you should consider the possibility that your ancestor may have moved.
In some cases, town and county borders may have changed since the prior census. In other cases, your ancestor may have simply moved a few miles, but could have easily crossed over a town, county or state border in the process.
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Useful sources beyond New Mexico Census Records
While census records are considered among the most useful for family history research, you should never assume the data obtained in census records is correct. Consider census data a great starting point for providing detailed clues which you can then verify (or disprove) using other sources.
Other useful sources for your New Mexico genealogy research are:
» New Mexico Birth, Marriage, & Death Records
» New Mexico Immigration & Naturalization Records
» New Mexico Military Records
» New Mexico Directories & Membership Lists
» New Mexico Court, Land, Probate Records
» New Mexico Family & Local Histories
» New Mexico Periodicals & Newspapers
Counties of New Mexico
Bernalillo County, Catron County, Chaves County, Cibola County, Colfax County, Curry County, DeBaca County, Dona Ana County, Eddy County, Grant County, Guadalupe County, Harding County, Hidalgo County, Lea County, Lincoln County, Los Alamos County, Luna County, McKinley County, Mora County, Otero County, Quay County, Rio Arriba County, Roosevelt County, San Juan County, San Miguel County, Sandoval County, Santa Fe County, Sierra County, Socorro County, Taos County, Torrance County, Union County, Valencia County
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