Family & Church Records
Fray Angelico Chavez’s New Mexico Roots (1678 - 1869)
New Mexico Roots Ltd : a demographic perspective from genealogical, historical and geographic data found in the diligencias matrimoniales or prenuptial 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
Marriage & Prenuptial Investigations
New Mexico Prenuptial Investigations (1800 to 1893)
This volume consists of abstracts of 256 diligencias matrimoniales, or prenuptial investigations, from the microfllm collection of the Archivos Historicos del Arzobispado de Durango at the Rio Grande Historical Collections at New Mexico State University.
New Mexico Prenuptial Investigations (1760 to 1799)
This volume presents the abstracts of 140 diligencias matrimoniales, or prenuptial investigations, from the microfilm collection of the Archivos Historicos del Arzobispado de Durango at the Rio Grande Historical Collections at New Mexico State University. They are the earliest such records in the collection.
Wills & Land Grants
Burials & Death Records
Rio Abajo Area of Central New Mexico: Burial Records for the villages of Tomé, San Fernando, Los Enlames, Valencia, Peralta, Casa Colorada & Manzano
Maps, Online Collections & NM History
A Selected Finding Aid for the Ciudad Juárez Municipal Archives 1758 - 1761
In 2000 the University of Texas at El Paso published the “Index to Microfilm MF 513, part I & II: Ciudad Juárez Municipal Archives” which reflected UTEP´s valuable role in the production of over one hundred rolls of microfilm from the Ciudad Juárez Municipal Archives.
Fondo Colonial Collection (1611 - 1821)
The Fondo Colonial collection of the Archivo Históricos Municipal de Hidalgo del Parral (Parral Archive) contains the civil colonial records of the Province of Nueva Viscaya, which today consists of the states of Chihuahua, Durango, Sonora, Sinaloa and part of Coahuila.
Aaron Magdaleno Research: Juarez
This is the Ancestry Research Website of Aaron Magdaleno, who while tracing his own family roots quickly learned about the history of New Mexico, starting with Juan Oñate, the Pueblo Revolt of1680, and Vargas reconquest in 1692. This is the compilation of all his discoveries.