New Mexico substitute birth, marriage, and death records online lists alternate places to look for BMDs including family bibles, census records, cemetery records, funeral home records, obituaries, probate records, military records, naturalization and citizenship records, and more.
If you haven’t been able to find an ancestor in New Mexico Birth, Marriage, and Death Records online, these are some great substitute birth, marriage, and death record options.
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Chaves County – Cemeteries – Some Cemetery Records from Chaves and Lincoln Cos., New Mexico
Curry County – Obituaries – Curry County, New Mexico Abstracts of Obituaries, 1912-2005
Grant County – Cemeteries – Grant County, New Mexico Death and Cemetery
Lincoln County – Cemeteries – New Mexico Miscellaneous Records
Lincoln County – Cemeteries – Some Cemetery Records from Chaves and Lincoln Cos., New Mexico
Roosevelt County – Cemeteries – Some Cemetery Records from Roosevelt Co., New Mexico
Sandoval County – Guardianship – Guardianship Records, 1903-1955 (Sandoval County, New Mexico)
Sandoval County – Guardianship – Miscellaneous Probate Records, 1903-1966 (Sandoval County, New Mexico)
Socorro County – Guardianship – Administrator and Guardian Records, 1874-1935 (Socorro County, New Mexico)
Valencia County – Guardianship – Guardianship Records (Valencia County, New Mexico), 1869-1915
City level New Mexico substitute birth, marriage, and death collections online
Albuquerque – Cemeteries – Cemetery Records, Albuquerque, Bernalillo County, New Mexico
Dulce – Native Races – Births, Deaths and Marriages for Jicarilla Indian Agency, Dulce, New New Mexico, 1931-1939
Dulce – Native Races – Census of Jicarilla Apache Indians at the Jicarilla Agency, New Mexico, 1900-1934
Fort Stanton – Cemeteries – U.S. Merchant Marine Cemetery, Fort Stanton, New Mexico, 1899-1994
Montezuma – Cemeteries – Entries Taken from Tombstones in Small Cemet[e]ry in Montezuma, New Mexico
Taos – Funeral Homes – [Hanlon Funeral Home Records 1954-1984]