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Los Alamos Los Alamos County was created in 1949 from Sandoval and Santa Fe Counties. It's an extremely small county for this part of the country with only 109 sqare miles and no significant water sources. The county seat is Los Alamos, the only incorporated city.
Luna Luna County, New Mexico was created by an act of the New Mexico Legislature adopted on March 16, 1901. The new County was comprised of the eastern portion of Grant County and the western portion of Doña Ana County.
Quay Quay County was created in 1903 from the parent county of Guadalupe. Named for U.S. Senator Matthew S. Quay from Pennsylvania. The county seat is Tucumcari.
Rio Arriba Don Juan de Onate first came to New Mexico (Nuevo Mexico) in 1592 and established the first Capital of New Mexico in Yunque Yunque. This Capital was located on the west side of the Rio Grande by Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo (formerly known as San Juan Pueblo).
Sierra Sierra County was created in 1884 from Socorro and Dona Ana counties, two of the original counties created by the Territorial Government in 1852. The first county seat was Hillsboro, a mining town that declined in the 1930s and the seat was moved to Truth or Consequences.
Socorro Socorro (So-kó-ro) was the name conferred by Don Juan de Oñate upon a Pueblo north of the present town of Socorro, the county seat.
Union Union county residents moved easily throughout the area. Missing property owners or spouses can sometimes be found by checking nearby communities of Texline and Dalhart TX, Kenton OK, Raton, Springer, Tucumcari, Roy or Bueyeros NM.