San Juan County
In the northwestern region of
New Mexico, at the four corners of Arizona, Utah, Colorado and New Mexico,
San Juan County was formed in 1887 from
Rio Arriba County. Its county seat,
Aztec, is on US-550, about 150 miles northwest of
Albuquerque. San Juan is bordered by the New Mexico counties of
Rio Arriba, Sandoval and McKinley, the Arizona
county of Apache, and the Colorado counties of Montezuma
and La Plata.
below in red have not been matched
with a person in the Culpepper family tree. If you can identify any of
please let us know.
found in any censuses for this county prior to 1930.
San Juan Co., NM – 1930
Sheet #3-B, Line 68, La Plata St., Farmington, San Juan, NM
Home owned, Value=$4000, Radio=Blank, Farm=No (#4513)ñ
Charles C. Culpepper, Head, M, 31, M, md@27, LA/LA/LA, Bank
Ethelwyn L. Culpepper, Wife, F, 27. M, md@23, IA/Canada/IL, Not
Robert S. Culpepper, Son, M, 2, NM/LA/IA
Transcribed from Ancestry.com images by
Dorothy Nash Roberts
Security Death Index
All records of deaths on or before 30 Sep 2003 in which
the final benefit was paid in this county.
23 Jan 1899 - Jun 1976, Farmington, San Juan Co., NM, SSN 525-26-9790
issued in NM before 1951 (#4513)√
Ethelwyn H. Culpepper,
13 Oct 1903 - 10 Jan 1994, Farmington, San Juan Co., NM, SSN
525-02-4611 issued in NM in 1973 (#4514)√
If you have a photograph or more information on any of these, please send it to us! In
particular, we'd like to know which Culpepper the places below may have been named for.
How to contact us.
Culpepper Lane, Farmington, NM 87401
This street was probably named for or by Charles Chasseignac
02 Jan 2015