The information in these databases is a result of perseverance, tenacity, and perhaps a tad too many hours spent crawling through cemeteries. Please check back often as this page expands. We pride ourselves in offering information that is of genuine benefit to both the serious researcher and the armchair genealogist. Many of our databases are a result of original research and transcriptions.
Early Alamosa County Deaths
Information from an old sexton's book for Alamosa City Cemetery. Includes a wealth of information with many names, locations of burial, causes of death, and more!
Early Alamosa County Marriages
List of Alamosa County marriages, alphabetized by
Some extracts. Many names! Most issues between 1913 and 1999 available for lookups.
List of residents and businesses for all towns in the Valley.
A clothing store in Alamosa. There are over 650 names, occupations and dates from 1910 - about 1930 in this record of customer accounts. Graciously donated to Linda and Dan Deslauriers by the SLV Genealogical Society.
Includes early muster rolls, discharges, and a variety of reports. Many vitals for veterans who spent time at what is now known as the Colorado State Veterans Center.
An excerpt from A. R. Pelton's seminal San Luis Valley. Includes many names!
A narrative from A. R. Pelton's San Luis Valley.
Alphabetized listing of Humphrey Mortuary records covering a number of years. 1100 records!
Updated December 2006!
A digitalized collection of newspapers, dating from 1859-1923, in the San Luis Valley. This external link is an invaluable resource for locating your ancestors’ names.
Alamosa County online sites.
Outstanding fiction and nonfiction focusing on the San Luis Valley.
Please check out this list of available lookups in a myriad of sources, such as newpapers, censuses, and directories.