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Animas Creek Cemetery #1
Graham Property, Sierra County, New Mexico

Lat: 32° 58' 34"N, Lon: 107° 21' 57"W, approx area

Contributed by Marilyn Poitras, Mar 24, 2003 [lavelle@zianet.com]. Total records = 12.

Travel south out of Truth or Consequences on old Hwy 85 about 13 miles and turn west. Go under I-25 and proceed west on Animas Creek road for 3 miles.

This little cemetery is on private property and you need permission to enter. If you would like to visit the cemetery, please contact the Sierra Co. Genealogical Society at "http://www.newmexicogenealogy.org/" and they will try to make contact with Mr. Graham.

There are 7 children's graves surrounded by rocks with no markings and 15 other unmarked graves surrounded by rocks with only some having a wooded cross, unreadable mortuary marker or old iron cross. All visible graves have been recorded as of .

Transcribed from a work recorded in 2002 by the Sierra Co. Gen. Society and used with their permission.

- Marilyn Poitras
Apodaca, Mary, b. Feb, ?
Gonzales, Josefa S., b. 1869, d. 1919
Graham, Mack, b. Mar 10, 1930, d. May 31, 2001, My Friend Always
Lopez, Dita, d. Jan 1931, 11yrs, Iron Cross with the following: Allesoricar, there is a T with a F and a J interwind like a brand.
Miranda, Gabriel, b. 1873, d. 1957
Miranda, Lupita, d. 1927
Miranda, Serapio, d. Apr 4, 1927
Ordonez, Angelita O., b. 1890, d. 1932
Tapia, Mary E., b. Dec 2, 1918, d. Feb 8, 1950
Unknown, b. Apr 4, 1878 d. Aug 13, 1960
Unknown, d. Apr 23, 1954, small Grave, no name
Unknown, d. May 30, 1960
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