New Mexico Cemetery Records
The high desert plains of New Mexico have become an ideal vacation and retirement destination for tens of thousands of Americans over the last few decades. This influx of people has meant that cemeteries in the state are interring people at a rate never before seen.
If you are currently in search of New Mexico cemetery records, you may want to attempt to contact the actual burial site in which your loved one is interred. However, if this is impossible or if you don't know the name of the site or if you can't find contact information, the following organizations may be able to help you in your quest.
First, try the New Mexico Funeral Service Association. Since funeral homes often pass on their records to the cemeteries, chances are your loved one will have a record here first that is easily traceable to a burial site. There is a pair of military cemeteries in New Mexico, as well. The first is known as Fort Bayard National and the other is Santa Fe National. Finding documents through the VA or through the military is often easy since they keep meticulous records. The easiest way to order, however, is online right now.