Johnson Park, Colfax County, New Mexico, 1900 Settlers

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Source: 1900 US Federal Census. Johnson Park, Colfax County, New Mexico, District #36, Precinct #22.

Note: All households are listed alphabetically. Boarders, workers, or other persons living in a household are listed in that household. The information listed after a persons name is: relationship if not head of the household; month and year of birth; Place of birth; and occupation if listed. Married women will have the total number of their children and the number living at the time of the census, not necessarily living in the home, shown after their place of birth. Cases where the woman was head of the household, her marital status may be shown.

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Candido Archuleta, September 1863, New Mexico, Livestock raiser; Adelaida (wife) July 1878, New Mexico, married 4 years, 3 children, 3 living; Biatris (daughter) July 1896, New Mexico; Pabla (daughter) June 1898, New Mexico; Francisca (daughter) December 1899, New Mexico;

Felipe Baros, May 1854, New Mexico, Day laborer; Pabla (wife) March 1851, New Mexico, married 24 years, 4 children, 2 living; Romulo (son) February 1881, Colorado, Shepherd; Vitalia (daughter) April 1893, New Mexico;

Juan Benavides, June 1844, New Mexico, Day Laborer; Simona (wife) March 1850, New Mexico, married 15 years, 10 children, 4 living;

Encarnacion Duran, April 1853, New Mexico, Shepherd; Crecencia (wife) March 1863, Colorado, married 20 years, 12 children, 8 living; Nemecio (son), August 1884, Colorado, Shepherd; Seferino (son) September 1880, Colorado; Lucinda (daughter) May 1882, New Mexico; Adelfina (daughter) April 1883, New Mexico, Emilio (son) February 1896, New Mexico;

Juan J Duran, January 1862, New Mexico, Day Laborer; Maria C (wife) May 1850, New Mexico, married 16 years, 2 children, 1 living; Nemecio (son) November 1890, New Mexico;

John Faning, February 1843, Ireland, emigrated 1861, Livestock Raiser; Allecie (wife) November 1850, Maine, married 18 years, no children;

Melquiades Fisher, March 1843, New Mexico, Farm Laborer; Francisca (wife) March 1851, New Mexico, married 34 years, 4 children, 4 living;


Levie (sp?) Gallegos, December 1846, New Mexico, Day Laborer; Albina (wife) August 1866, New Mexico, married 20 years, 12 children, 9 living; Marcelina (daughter) July 1882, New Mexico, Home Laborer; Catarina (daughter) August 1885, New Mexico; Abilina (daughter) May 1889, Colorado; Telesforo (son) April 1892, New Mexico; Francisco (son) May 1893, New Mexico; Perfeta (daughter) May 1896, New Mexico; Jose (son) November 1897, New Mexico; Maximiano (son) July 1898, New Mexico; Maria M (daughter) December 1899, New Mexico;

Prudencio Garcia, April 1834, New Mexico, Livestock Raiser; Feliciana (wife) March 1855, New Mexico, married 32 years, 14 children, 7 living; Martin (son) January 1875, New Mexico, Shepherd; Enrique (son) June 1882, New Mexico, Shepherd; Eulauterio (son) February 1884, New Mexico, Shepherd; Tomas (son) October 1891, New Mexico; Candelaria (daughter) February 1886, New Mexico;

Jose V Griego, March 1835, New Mexico, Livestock Raiser; Perfectas (wife) February 1841, New Mexico, married 45 years, no children; Jose G Griego (brother) April 1838, New Mexico, Shepherd;

Clark Johnson, May 1844, Mississippi, Day Laborer; Martha (wife) March 1846, Texas, married 36 years, 3 children, 3 living; Leda (daughter) March 1874, New Mexico, Dressmaker;

William Lamptu (Samptu sp?), June 1858, Missouri, Livestock Raiser; Deisy (wife) September 1877, Massachusets, married 5 years, 3 children, 3 living; Lewis (son) November 1895, Colorado; Leonard (son) July 1898, Colorado; Robert (son) April 1900, New Mexico; Liza Oneil (servant) April 1854, Ireland;

Margaret E Little see Mary Owen


Gorge Magallanes, July 1867, Mexico, emigrated 1882, naturalized, Livestock raiser; Genoveva, January 1880, New Mexico, married 3 years, 2 children, none living;

Tomas Martinez

Benjamin McLaughlin, January 1844, Massachusets, Livestock Raiser; Helen (wife) April 1853, Maine, married 24 years, 3 children, 3 living; Nellie (daughter) September 1884, Home Laborer, Colorado; Ruth (daughter) June 1891, New Mexico;

Mary Mowhirt see William Wilson

Liza Oneil see William Lamtu

Mary Owen (widow) September 1842, Missouri, Livestock Raiser; Thomas E (son) April 1875, Colorado, Cowboy; Benjamin (son) April 1877, Colorado, Cowboy; Margaret E Little (servant) November 1882, Missouri;

Pedro Padilla, March 1854, New Mexico, Livestock Raiser; Anna (wife) January 1869, Mexico, emigrated 1891, naturalized, married 6 years, no children; Cilverio (nephew) April 1883, New Mexico, Shepherd;

John Popejoy, November 1867, Kansas, Farmer; Estois (son) August 1891, Colorado,

Washington Popejoy, February 1849, Missouri, Farmer; Pentia P (wife) November 1850, Missouri, married 34 years, 7 children, 7 living; Adeste A (daughter) July 1877, Texas, Home Laborer; Ernest N (son) April 1884, Texas, Farm Laborer; Oraeda (son) February 1896, Texas, Farm Laborer;

William Popejoy, May 1847, Wisconsin, Farmer; Martha (wife) January 1855, Wisconsin, married 20 years, 11 children, 10 living; Berbie Z (daughter) February 1877, Minnesota, Home Laborer; Henry (son) July 1878, Minnesota, Cow herder; Anna (daughter) July 1881, Minnesota, School Teacher; Francet (daughter) December 1882, Minnesota; Wenoa (daughter) March 1885, Minnesota; Stella (daughter) July 1889, Minnesota;  Gretchen (daughter) August 1892, New Mexico;


Jose Ribal, February 1869, New Mexico, Livestock Raiser; Josefa (wife) March 1865, New Mexico, married 8 years, 1 child, 1 living; Marta (daughter) October 1895, Colorado.

Francisco Salazar, October 1837, New Mexico, Farmer; Cristanta (wife) March 1867, New Mexico, married 16 years, 8 children, 7 living; Jose E (son) March 1885, Colorado, Shepherd; Samuel (son) July 1887, Colorado; Felizola (daughter) March 1889, Colorado; Maria T (daughter) January 1890, Colorado; Pacifica (daughter) April 1893, New Mexico; Selanice (daughter) October 1895, New Mexico;    Helio (Felio sp?) (son) April 1899, New Mexico;

Joseph Taylor, January 1855, Missouri, Doctor; Nancy J (wife) July 1861, Missouri, married 24 years, 5 children, 5 living; Henry J.B. (son) October 1882, Missouri, Day Laborer; Anna C (daughter) October 1886, Missouri; James B (son) August 1891, New Mexico;

Juan Torres, January 1859, New Mexico, Shepherd; Amada (wife) March 1865, New Mexico, married 18 years, 3 children, 3 living; Julian (son) April 1889, New Mexico, Shepherd; Genoveva (daughter) January 1888, New Mexico;

Cresencio Tribirto (Tribino sp?) April 1841, Texas, Day Laborer; Marta (wife) March 1830, New Mexico, married 29 years, 12 children, 1 living;

Hermenegildo Trujillo, April 1843, New Mexico, Livestock Raiser; Juliana M (wife) May 1847, New Mexico, married 34 years, 15 children, 12 living; Maximiano (son) August 1885, Colorado, Shepherd; Federico (son) May 1889, New Mexico; Maria L (daughter) May 1890, new Mexico;

William Wilson, February 1850, Pennsylvania, Livestock Raiser; Leah (wife) November 1848, Ohio, married 18 years, 2 children, 2 living; Fay (daughter) April 1888, Oregon; Berebell (daughter) August 1891, Oregon; Mary Mowhirt (boarder) March 1858, Ohio, School teacher, married 14 years, no children;


Places of Birth

New Mexico Territory Total (63)

United States Total (50) = Colorado (17); Kansas (1); Maine (2); Massachusets (2); Minnesota (6); Mississippi (1); Missouri (9); Ohio (2); Oregon (2); Pennsylvania (1); Texas (5); Wisconsin (2);

Other Total (4) = Ireland (2); Mexico (2);


Cowboy (2); Cow Herder (1); Day Laborer (7); Doctor (1); Dressmaker (1); Farmer (4); Farm Laborer (3); Home Laborer (4); Livestock Raiser (13); School Teacher (2); Servant (2); Shepherd (12);