New Mexico Census Records Online includes Federal and State censuses. Census records (especially when indexed) are one of the easiest ways to find family members and track individuals over their lifetime.

 

 

US Census Records

In the United States, federal censuses are taken every 10 years and these records are made public 72 after the census is taken. US Censuses began in 1790 and the most recent census available is the 1950 census. Most of the 1890 census was destroyed by fire, but parts remain and you can use other records as census substitutes.

 

HINT: You can look at federal (1870-1920) census records to see if your ancestor was naturalized and if they were, visit New Mexico Naturalization Records online.

 

HINT: Between 1790 and 1840, only the head of household is named in the census.

 

HINT: Between 1850 and present, all people living in a household are named in the census.

 

HINT: Between 1850 and 1880 there are census mortality schedules listing who died in the year before the census was taken.

 

 

 

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New Mexico Census Records online at the federal level

US – 1810 – United States Census, 1810, index & images, at FS

US – 1820 – United States Census, 1820, index & images, at FS

US – 1830 – United States Census, 1830, at FS, index & images

US – 1830 United States Federal Census, at MH

US – 1840 – United States Census, 1840, at FS, index & images

US – 1840 United States Federal Census, at MH

US – 1850 – United States Census (Mortality Schedule), 1850, at FS, index & images

US – 1850 – United States Census (Slave Schedule), 1850, at FS, index & images

US – 1850 – United States Census, 1850, at FS, index & images

US – 1850 United States Federal Census, at MH

US – 1850 United States Federal Census (Slave Schedule), at MH

US – 1850 United States Federal Census (Mortality Schedule), at MH

US – 1860 – United States Census, 1860, at FS, index & images

US – 1860 United States Federal Census, at MH

US – 1870 – United States Census, 1870, at FS, index & images

US – 1870 United States Federal Census, at MH

US – 1880 – United States Census, 1880, at FS, index & images

US – 1880 United States Federal Census, at MH

US – 1885-1940 – United States, Native American, Census Rolls, 1885-1940, at FS

US – 1890 – United States Census of Union Veterans and Widows of the Civil War, 1890, at FS, index & images

US – 1890 – United States Census, 1890, at FS, index & images

US – 1890 United States Federal Census, at MH

US – 1900 – United States Census, 1900, at FS, index & images

US – 1900-1940 – United States Enumeration District Maps for the Twelfth through the Sixteenth US Censuses, 1900-1940, at FS

US – 1900 United States Federal Census, at MH

US – 1908-1910 – United States, Native American, Eastern Cherokee Enrollment Records, 1908-1910, index links to images

US – 1910 – United States Census, 1910, at FS, index & images

US – 1910 United States Federal Census, at MH

US – 1920 – United States Census, 1920, at FS, index & images

US – 1920 United States Federal Census, at MH

US – 1930 – United States Census of Merchant Seamen, 1930, at FS, index

US – 1930 – United States Census, 1930, at FS, index & images

US – 1930 United States Federal Census, at MH

US – 1930 United States Census of Merchant Seamen, at MH

US – 1940 – United States Census, 1940, at FS, index & images

US – 1940 United States Federal Census, at MH

US – 1950 – United States Census, 1950, at FS, index & images

 

 

 

New Mexico Census Records online at the state level

New Mexico – 1850 – New Mexico, 1850 federal census, at FS

New Mexico – 1860 – New Mexico, 1860 federal census, at FS

New Mexico – 1870 – New Mexico, 1870 federal census, at FS

New Mexico – 1880 – New Mexico, 1880 federal census, at FS

New Mexico – 1885 – New Mexico census of 1885, at FS

New Mexico – 1885 – New Mexico territorial census, 1885, at FS

New Mexico – 1885 – New Mexico Territorial Census, 1885, index & images, at FS

New Mexico – 1889 – Agency records, 1878-1926, at FS

New Mexico – 1900 – New Mexico, 1900 federal census, at FS

New Mexico – 1904-1935 – Indian census rolls, Zuñi, 1904-1935(Zuñi, vital, census), at FS

New Mexico – 1904-1907, 1910, 1911 – Indian census rolls, Albuquerque School, 1904-1907, 1910, 1911, at FS

New Mexico – 1904-1935 – Indian census rolls, Zuñi, 1904-1935, at FS

New Mexico – 1910 – New Mexico, 1910 federal census, at FS

New Mexico – 1920 – New Mexico, 1920 federal census, at FS

New Mexico – 1929-1935 – Indian census rolls, Eastern Navajo, 1929-1935(Navajo, vital, census), at FS

New Mexico – 1930 – New Mexico, 1930 federal census, at FS

New Mexico – 1940 – New Mexico, 1940 population census, at FS

 

 

 

New Mexico Census Records online at the city level

Abiquiu – Census – The Abiquiu (New Mexico) Story, at FS

Albuquerque – 1904-1907, 1910, 1911 – Indian census rolls, Albuquerque School, 1904-1907, 1910, 1911, at FS

Dulce – Native Races – Census of Jicarilla Apache Indians at the Jicarilla Agency, New Mexico, 1900-1934, at FS

Laguna – Census – Statistics – Estadística Del Censo, 1801, at FS

 

 

 

New Mexico Collections being curated:

New Mexico Birth Records online

New Mexico Census Records online

New Mexico Cburch Records online

New Mexico Court Records online

New Mexico Death Records online

New Mexico Directories online

New Mexico Funeral Home Records online

New Mexico Immigration Records online

New Mexico Land Records online

New Mexico Marriage and Divorce Records online

New Mexico Military Records online

New Mexico Minority Records online

New Mexico Naturalization Records online

New Mexico Obituaries online

New Mexico Probate Records online

New Mexico Public Records online

New Mexico Substitute Birth, Marriage, and Death Records online

New Mexico Tax Records online

 

 

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