AASF: Archives of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe.
FHL: Catholic church records filmed by the Church
of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
(For locations of the research facilities,
Guadalupe County was created February 26, 1891 from
the southern part of San Miguel County. Named for Our
Lady of Guadalupe, patron saint of Mexico. In 1903 the
county name was changed to Leonard Wood, then changed
back to Guadalupe in 1905. The Guadalupe County Courthouse
is at 420 Parker Avenue, Santa Rosa, NM 88435. Phone (505)
472-3791. FAX (505) 472-3306.
Guadalupe County is within
the Catholic Archdiocese of Santa Fe (see
map). Where can you search the records, books and
microfilm? See Records for sources and addresses known to date.
its first issue in 1962, the Genealogist has been
publishing a continuous stream of county, state, and church
records as well as other informative articles. Available:
1) a CD containing every issue published in the first
forty years of publication: See NMG-CD.
2) a printed topic index 1962-1999: Book #E4b at NMGS
3) An index for each current year is provided within the Genealogist in that year's December issue.
4) There are also some articles from the Genealogist being published on this web site. For a list, see Genealogist
Most Catholic church records are available
on microfilm, and volunteers have extracted, translated,
and published many of those records with indexes. Click
on the links below to see which other books are already
available from these two societies:
New Mexico Genealogist: Since its first issue in 1962, the Genealogist has been publishing a continuous stream of county records
as well as other informative articles. A topic index 1962-1999
is available as Book #E4b at NMGS Press, and an index for each current year is
provided to Genealogist subscribers. For a list
of articles published on this web site, see Genealogist
Due to the volume of incoming
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questions. Instead, please try our extensive link section. Two other volunteer groups are New
Mexico GenWeb and New
Mexico Ancestors. Both are linked to larger networks
of sites covering the entire state of New Mexico.
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