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Jose '''Archuleta''', June 1844, New Mexico, Farmer; Rufina (wife) June 1844, New Mexico, married 36 years, 15 children, 1 living;
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Santos '''Archuleta,''' February 1875, New Mexico, Farm laborer; Florencia (wife) March 1881, New Mexico, married 5 years, 3 children, 2 living; Juan (son) March 1897, New Mexico; Begnina (daughter)&nbsp;July 1899, New Mexico; Telesforo (brother) January 1895, New Mexico;
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Candido '''Pacheco''', February 1876, New Mexico, Day laborer; Cruz (wife) May 1884, New Mexico, married 1 year, no children.
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Consepcion '''Pacheco''' (widow) April 1853, New Mexico, eight children, 5 living, Cook; Juan (son) November 1870, Colorado, Shepherd; Juana (daughter) December 1886, Colorado; Secundina (daughter) January 1888, Colorado.
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Manuel '''Tapia''', January 1852, New Mexico, Day Laborer; Magdalena (wife) May 1881, New Mexico, married 4 years, 1 child, 1 living; Damiana (daughter)&nbsp;September 1898, New Mexico; Josefa M (niece) April 1880, New Mexico, Cook; Rumaldo (nephew) March 1881, New Mexico, Shepherd; Martina (niece)&nbsp;October 1886, New Mexico, Cook; Isabel (niece) July 1888, New Mexico; Begnina (niece)&nbsp;September 1890, New Mexico;
  
 
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Revision as of 17:10, 25 October 2010

Source: 1900 US Federal Census, District #36, Precinct #7, Trinchera, Colfax County, New Mexico.

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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Jose Archuleta, June 1844, New Mexico, Farmer; Rufina (wife) June 1844, New Mexico, married 36 years, 15 children, 1 living;

Santos Archuleta, February 1875, New Mexico, Farm laborer; Florencia (wife) March 1881, New Mexico, married 5 years, 3 children, 2 living; Juan (son) March 1897, New Mexico; Begnina (daughter) July 1899, New Mexico; Telesforo (brother) January 1895, New Mexico;


Candido Pacheco, February 1876, New Mexico, Day laborer; Cruz (wife) May 1884, New Mexico, married 1 year, no children.

Consepcion Pacheco (widow) April 1853, New Mexico, eight children, 5 living, Cook; Juan (son) November 1870, Colorado, Shepherd; Juana (daughter) December 1886, Colorado; Secundina (daughter) January 1888, Colorado.

Manuel Tapia, January 1852, New Mexico, Day Laborer; Magdalena (wife) May 1881, New Mexico, married 4 years, 1 child, 1 living; Damiana (daughter) September 1898, New Mexico; Josefa M (niece) April 1880, New Mexico, Cook; Rumaldo (nephew) March 1881, New Mexico, Shepherd; Martina (niece) October 1886, New Mexico, Cook; Isabel (niece) July 1888, New Mexico; Begnina (niece) September 1890, New Mexico;