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Paul (#47878038)
 member for 4 years, 2 months, 18 days
findagrave memorial 93632567

I'm inquiring about the findagrave memorial
93632567 for Pablo Cordova, that you created.

What source did you use to state that his father was Lazaro Antonio Cordova?

I'm helping a friend with her genealogy. She is a Cordova. I have her Cordova father traced all the way to Pablo Cordova. This would be a nice finish, linking her to the first New Mexico Cordova.

Also, I believe that Pablo Cordova may have been born around 1722, and MARRIED to Juliana Montoya in 1745.

Ed Strickland

Added by hiker108 on Mar 08, 2016 10:37 AM

Ross, NM
RE: Picuris Sacred Grounds area
Thank you for the interesting history on the Quintana Cemetery; AKA Picuris or San Lorenzo Cemetery.

Added by Ross, NM on Dec 02, 2015 9:20 AM

Vicente Quintana
No relations, but we were all family. Vicente and Frank were our next door neighbors while I was growing up in Santa Fe. We moved to Calif in 1967 so I don't know much about them after that. I have them in my genealogy data base. I knew that your grandmother's name was Emilia but that was it. If you wouldn't mind sharing more info, please contact me at my e-mail address.


Added by Steve on Dec 01, 2015 4:29 PM

Andy Lopez
Paul, was Andy married to Genoveva (Geniva) Quintana (daughter of Vicente Quintana and Emilia) ?

Please contact me at:

Estevan "Steve" Mirabal

Added by Steve on Nov 30, 2015 1:09 PM

Ross, NM
Picuris Pueblo
I am assisting another researcher in his quest to find the grave of Filbert Martinez.
Filbert is a US Army Vet, KIA, Germany, 9/16/1944. His remains were returned to the US and according to an Obit, buried in San Lorenzo Pueblo.
I suspect this is the San Lorenzo Church Cemetery on Picuris Pueblo, south of Taos, NM.

As a contributor to I find it odd that no one has surveyed this cemetery and submitted memorials for those interred.
It could be due to the fees collected for touring and photographing.
It also could be due to tribal customs regarding their deceased.

Do you have information on the location of the cemetery and its accessibility to the public?
Are the Picuris Cemetery and the San Lorenzo Cemetery one and the same?
Ross, NM

Added by Ross, NM on Sep 20, 2015 5:37 PM

Sandra Regan
Hello Paul,
Thanks for your info. I'm a direct descendant of Pedro Gadimo, so it was very exciting to find his information on your site.

Added by Sandra Regan on Jun 23, 2014 7:16 PM

Lady Adie
RE: Paul
Your info gets better and better. Thanks for the latest!
Lady Adie

Added by Lady Adie on May 12, 2014 9:35 PM

Lady Adie
RE: Paul
Your info gets better and better. Thanks for the latest!
Lady Adie

Added by Lady Adie on May 12, 2014 9:25 PM

Karen B. Sanchez
Maria Viviana Sandoval
Maria Viviana Sandoval..Memorial # 93630207. I had requested a picture of the gravemarker back on Jul 30, 2013 but never got a response. Since you were the original photographer/creator, I wonder if you would please check your archives and e-mail me a photo of the gravemarkers. Thanking you in advance,
Karen B. Sanchez

Added by Karen B. Sanchez on May 04, 2014 9:51 PM

Lady Adie
RE: Paul
Thank you Paul for your quick reply. Your explanation about burials in 1500 and 1600 was helpful. I have been reading several historical books about Nuevo Mejico and Nueva Espana. Fasinating! My father's family goes all the way back to Spain. I really appreciate your contributions to "Find A Grave". Please continue this work, as it is invaluable to people like me who can't travel and take our own photos! Adrienne

Added by Lady Adie on Mar 13, 2014 1:38 PM

Lady Adie
This is in response to your Find A Grave post for Luis Marin Serrano, 1894-1662; mem: #93631610. You have a photo of the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi in Santa Fe, NM. You have info of his birth, death, etc., however no photo of a gravestone or memorial plaque. How come? Thanks, Adrienne

Added by Lady Adie on Mar 12, 2014 9:10 PM

Stanley Lucero
RE: Maria Dolores Quintana
I just started a virtual cemetery to gather the information about my ancestors in one location from the various cemeteries. Here is the link:

Added by Stanley Lucero on Aug 19, 2013 12:08 PM

Stanley Lucero
Quintana & Lucero gravestones
My cousin Raymond and I took pictures of the gravestones of many of our ancestors in Penasco, Llano, Trampas, and El Valle. I can't find their memorials on findagrave. How do I start this process?

Added by Stanley Lucero on Aug 19, 2013 12:00 PM

P Barela
Good morning Paul, you asked for help moving your grandfather's site, I need some more information, like the number on his site. I'll be more than happy to help you. Thanks.

Added by P Barela on Dec 19, 2012 8:45 AM

Dave H.
St. Anthony's Cemetery
Hi Paul. Thanks for the info. Would you like me to transfer one or more memorials to you? I don't live in New Mexico anymore.

Added by Dave H. on Sep 07, 2012 12:11 PM

RE: Dolores Quintana photo request
I don't recall a church in Llano, but there is a Capilla (Chapel) which has graves and only one Quintana (Sarita). It seems most markers in the Capilla grounds were wooden and have since rotted away.

I already had the Morada data from the link you provided. But thanks anyway.

Added by truchasnm on Aug 23, 2012 7:03 AM

Llano de la Yegua Cemetery
I noticed the photo you posted for Llano de la Yegua Cemetery. The photo is of the old Assembly of God Church in Truchas (nice photo by the way). It is now a gallery. There is no cemetery in Truchas called Llano de la Yegua. Truchas (Rio Arriba County) is my hometown and the only cemeteries are San Miguel, Romero, Cemeterio del Pueblo (Morada), Martinez, and Los Llanitos (divided for Presbyterian and Catholic). I'd like to locate Llano de la Yegua as part of my grave reference preservation efforts. Do you have additional info?

Antonio (truchasnm)

Added by truchasnm on Aug 22, 2012 6:51 PM


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