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I will do lookups in the book "A Gravesite Directory of Cemeteries in Lincoln County." Send e-mail with Lincoln County lookup in the subject box to Susan Bellomo. Per USGenWeb lookup policy send only one (1) name with location and approximate date if known.
I will do lookups in the book: Marriages - Santa Rita Church in Carrizozo (Jan 1869 - Dec 1910). Send lookup request to Angela Lewis.
I am willing to help with Lincoln County and have also found ranch cemeteries with one or two graves. Can take digital pics. Also have mortuary records from 1915 to 1947. I can visit Carrizozo (the Lincoln County seat) about once a month to search for microfilmed records. Lookups will be for one Surname, First name or initials, and approximate location and date as required by the USGenWeb Policy on Lookups. Jule Sterchi.
I can do lookups from the transcribed records of the Lincoln County Santa Rita Catholic Church Baptisms as well as a cemetery book created by the Lincoln County Historical Society. I also have the 1850 New Mexico census in book form as well as several other New Mexico marriage and baptismal records - Santa Fe, San Miguel, Rio Arriba, Taos, and Belen. I have a copy of "Origins of New Mexico Families" by Fray Angelico Chavez and the oldest New Mexico censuses prepared by Virginia Langham Olmsted for the New Mexico Genealogical Society. Lookups will be for one Surname, First name or initials, and approximate location and date as required by the USGenWeb Policy on Lookups. E-mail: Martha Sanchez Wilson.