New Mexico Genealogy
LDS Genealogy ResourcesNew Mexico Free Records on FamilySearch
New Mexico Births and Christenings, 1726-1918
New Mexico Deaths and Burials, 1788-1798; 1838-1955
New Mexico Deaths, 1889-1945
New Mexico Marriages, 1751-1918
Border Crossings From Mexico to United States, 1903-1957
New Mexico Genealogy - Related Articles on FamilySearch Wiki
The Family History Library located in Salt Lake City, Utah, is the largest genealogical library in the world. You can see what records are available in the Family History Library Catalog.
Many of the materials from the Family History Library can be sent to one of the 4,500 local Family History Centers found throughout the world. Copies of microfilms and microfiche can be ordered for a fee. Fees for microfilm copies begin at $7.50 per film. The books in the collection are not circulated, but the Family History Library provides suggestions for locating a book elsewhere.
There is an affordable service that provides Family History Library Lookups (GenealogyLookup.com) if you would like someone to look up records for you at the Family History Library. It is not affiliated with the Family History Library in any way.
FamilySearch centers are available in many areas to get free, personal help with your family history. You don't have to be a member of the LDS Church in order to use these resources.
A finder is available to find a center near you.
Other Useful SitesBelow are other useful sites for research in New Mexico. Note: Some sites may require a subscription to see the full records.
- New Mexico Genealogy Links to record sources for New Mexico
- WorldVitalRecords.com Almost 4 billion names found in thousands of genealogical records of many types
- Ancestry.com Billions of names in thousands of genealogical records of many types
- Archives.com Over 1 billion birth, marriage, death, vital, divorce, and other records
- BYU Family History Archives Free digital family histories and other historical books
- Find a Grave 42 million names gathered from cemeteries throughout the world
- Fold3 Military records, newspapers, city directories, naturalization records, and other records
- Genealogy Bank Thousands of newspapers, obituaries, and historical documents
- E-Yearbook.com Thousands of school and Navy yearbooks
- New Mexico US Gen Web Various genealogical information for New Mexico
- New Mexico Cyndi's List Helpful links for genealogy in New Mexico
Family Tree SitesBelow are sites that store data from others who may be working on your family lines, so that you save time by using the information that others may have already gathered.
- Family Search Trees Millions of names submitted in family trees
- OneGreatFamily 180 million names submitted in family trees
- Ancestry Public Member Trees Millions of names submitted in family trees