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                    About 20 miles west of Springer. This is on Private Property.  
 
                    About 20 miles west of Springer. This is on Private Property.  
  
                    Get Permission from Philmont Scout Ranch.
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                    Get Permission from Philmont Scout Ranch.  
  
 
Elevation:      6,530 feet  
 
Elevation:      6,530 feet  
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Map:             [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=37929&CScnty=1932& Interactive Map] 1, [http://www.topozone.com/map.asp?lon=-104.9333344&lat=36.3664248&datum=nad83 Map 2], [http://www.satelliteviews.net/cgi-bin/g.cgi?fid=885541&state=NM&ftype=cemetery Map 3],  
 
Map:             [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=37929&CScnty=1932& Interactive Map] 1, [http://www.topozone.com/map.asp?lon=-104.9333344&lat=36.3664248&datum=nad83 Map 2], [http://www.satelliteviews.net/cgi-bin/g.cgi?fid=885541&state=NM&ftype=cemetery Map 3],  
  
History:         A former settlement by the name of Abreu was located here on the Rayado River. It was named for a  
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History:         A former settlement by the name of Abreu was located here on the Rayado River. It was named for a prominent family and owners of a large ranch in the Maxwell land Grant (Lucien Maxwell  and Luz Beaubien). Manuel Abreu, grandson of Manuel Abreu - Governor of New Mexico,  was in the sheep and cattle business with Pablo Beaubien, Luz's brother. He was also Director of the First National Bank of Fort Sumner. Lucien Maxwell's daughter Amelia Maxwell married Manuel Abreu. After her death, daughter Odile Bernice Maxwell married Manuel Abreu.  
 
 
                    prominent family and owners of a large ranch in the Maxwell land Grant.  
 
  
 
Interments:    18  [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GScid=37929 Details]  
 
Interments:    18  [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GScid=37929 Details]  
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                    When C-6 turns east, go west for 1/2 block. It is on the right (north) side.  
 
                    When C-6 turns east, go west for 1/2 block. It is on the right (north) side.  
  
Elevation:      6508 feet
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Elevation:      6508 feet  
  
 
GPS:            Latitude: 36.36103 N     Longitude: -104.86167 W   
 
GPS:            Latitude: 36.36103 N     Longitude: -104.86167 W   
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Map:            [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=2263619&CScnty=1932&CSsr=41& Interactive Map]  
 
Map:            [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=2263619&CScnty=1932&CSsr=41& Interactive Map]  
  
History:  
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History:         Antonio Valdez, who was a prominent rancher and store owner in Taos County, moved to Colfax County in
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                    1870, and settled on 12,000 acres. He continued mercantile operations in Springer.
  
 
Interments:   27     [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GScid=2263619 Details]  
 
Interments:   27     [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GScid=2263619 Details]  
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Helpful Links:<br>
 
Helpful Links:<br>
  
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Revision as of 20:03, 18 December 2010

Abreu Cemetery

Address:

Location:       South of Cimarron on Road 21 to Miami. North of junction with State Route 199.

                    About 20 miles west of Springer. This is on Private Property.

                    Get Permission from Philmont Scout Ranch.

Elevation:      6,530 feet

GPS:            Latitude: 36.36640 N     Longitude: -104.93280 W

Map:             Interactive Map 1, Map 2, Map 3,

History:         A former settlement by the name of Abreu was located here on the Rayado River. It was named for a prominent family and owners of a large ranch in the Maxwell land Grant (Lucien Maxwell  and Luz Beaubien). Manuel Abreu, grandson of Manuel Abreu - Governor of New Mexico,  was in the sheep and cattle business with Pablo Beaubien, Luz's brother. He was also Director of the First National Bank of Fort Sumner. Lucien Maxwell's daughter Amelia Maxwell married Manuel Abreu. After her death, daughter Odile Bernice Maxwell married Manuel Abreu.

Interments:    18  Details

Helpful Links:

Valdez Cemetery

Address:

Location:      North of State Road 21/199 whch runs between Springer, NM and Cimarron, NM, and between

                    Rayado, NM and Miami, NM. Take County Road C-6 north, off of 21/199 and east of Miami Lake.

                    When C-6 turns east, go west for 1/2 block. It is on the right (north) side.

Elevation:      6508 feet

GPS:            Latitude: 36.36103 N     Longitude: -104.86167 W 

Map:            Interactive Map

History:         Antonio Valdez, who was a prominent rancher and store owner in Taos County, moved to Colfax County in

                    1870, and settled on 12,000 acres. He continued mercantile operations in Springer.

Interments:   27     Details

Helpful Links: