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  • Harding County :: Roy Baptist Church
    River Canyon Mosquero Canyon Harding County Today Harding County History Wanderings in New Mexico Emergency Services Medical Services Education Mosquero Municipal Schools Roy Municipal Schools Roy Booster Club Extension Services Ag Newsletter 4H 4 H Newsletter 4 H Events 4 H Clubs Mesa Roadrunners 4 H Club Roy Clover 4 H Club 4 H Forms Record Book Forms News Weddings New Babies Obituaries Elvin J Madole Charlie A Payton Shirley Horton Phillip Joseph Archuleta Allen F Thompson Bill Brockman Philip Devon Gilstrap Florence Martinez Frank Surls Tomas Montoya Archbishop Sanchez Virginia Self Helen Aragon Rudy Ulibarri Benjamin Campbell Government County County Assessor County Map Forms Tax Estimator County Clerk County Commissioners Agendas County Treasurer District Court Magistrate Court Probate Court Federal Natural Resources Conservation Service Ute Creek SWCD Mesa SWCD Canadian River Riparian Restoration Project Municipalities Village of Mosquero Village of Roy Solano Mills Gallegos Bueyeros Abbott Newton State Search Home Community Churches Baptist Roy Baptist Church Roy Baptist Church Churches Catholic Baptist Roy Baptist Church Methodist Non Denominational Histories Senior Citizen s Center Volunteer Businesses Attractions Emergency Services Medical Services First Baptist Church of Roy 145 Roosevelt St P O Box 40 Roy NM 87743 Pastor Roy Mitchell Schedule

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  • Harding County :: Methodist
    Banks Computer Services Construction Food Products Utilities Newspapers Harding County Roundup Beauticians Barbers Accounting Taxes Agriculture Services Natural Resources Arts Crafts Gifts Ma Sally s Mercantile Southwest Arts Crafts Doc Mayer Art Poetry Dining Drinks Attractions Mills Canyon Kiowa National Grasslands Canadian River Canyon Mosquero Canyon Harding County Today Harding County History Wanderings in New Mexico Emergency Services Medical Services Education Mosquero Municipal Schools Roy Municipal Schools Roy Booster Club Extension Services Ag Newsletter 4H 4 H Newsletter 4 H Events 4 H Clubs Mesa Roadrunners 4 H Club Roy Clover 4 H Club 4 H Forms Record Book Forms News Weddings New Babies Obituaries Elvin J Madole Charlie A Payton Shirley Horton Phillip Joseph Archuleta Allen F Thompson Bill Brockman Philip Devon Gilstrap Florence Martinez Frank Surls Tomas Montoya Archbishop Sanchez Virginia Self Helen Aragon Rudy Ulibarri Benjamin Campbell Government County County Assessor County Map Forms Tax Estimator County Clerk County Commissioners Agendas County Treasurer District Court Magistrate Court Probate Court Federal Natural Resources Conservation Service Ute Creek SWCD Mesa SWCD Canadian River Riparian Restoration Project Municipalities Village of Mosquero Village of Roy Solano Mills Gallegos Bueyeros Abbott Newton State Search Home Community Churches Methodist Methodist Churches Catholic Baptist

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  • Harding County :: Non-Denominational
    Ma Sally s Mercantile Southwest Arts Crafts Doc Mayer Art Poetry Dining Drinks Attractions Mills Canyon Kiowa National Grasslands Canadian River Canyon Mosquero Canyon Harding County Today Harding County History Wanderings in New Mexico Emergency Services Medical Services Education Mosquero Municipal Schools Roy Municipal Schools Roy Booster Club Extension Services Ag Newsletter 4H 4 H Newsletter 4 H Events 4 H Clubs Mesa Roadrunners 4 H Club Roy Clover 4 H Club 4 H Forms Record Book Forms News Weddings New Babies Obituaries Elvin J Madole Charlie A Payton Shirley Horton Phillip Joseph Archuleta Allen F Thompson Bill Brockman Philip Devon Gilstrap Florence Martinez Frank Surls Tomas Montoya Archbishop Sanchez Virginia Self Helen Aragon Rudy Ulibarri Benjamin Campbell Government County County Assessor County Map Forms Tax Estimator County Clerk County Commissioners Agendas County Treasurer District Court Magistrate Court Probate Court Federal Natural Resources Conservation Service Ute Creek SWCD Mesa SWCD Canadian River Riparian Restoration Project Municipalities Village of Mosquero Village of Roy Solano Mills Gallegos Bueyeros Abbott Newton State Search Home Community Churches Non Denominational Non Denominational Churches Catholic Baptist Methodist Non Denominational Mosquero Community Church Cowboy Camp Meeting Histories Senior Citizen s Center Volunteer Businesses Attractions Emergency Services Medical

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  • Harding County :: Mosquero Community Church
    County History Wanderings in New Mexico Emergency Services Medical Services Education Mosquero Municipal Schools Roy Municipal Schools Roy Booster Club Extension Services Ag Newsletter 4H 4 H Newsletter 4 H Events 4 H Clubs Mesa Roadrunners 4 H Club Roy Clover 4 H Club 4 H Forms Record Book Forms News Weddings New Babies Obituaries Elvin J Madole Charlie A Payton Shirley Horton Phillip Joseph Archuleta Allen F Thompson Bill Brockman Philip Devon Gilstrap Florence Martinez Frank Surls Tomas Montoya Archbishop Sanchez Virginia Self Helen Aragon Rudy Ulibarri Benjamin Campbell Government County County Assessor County Map Forms Tax Estimator County Clerk County Commissioners Agendas County Treasurer District Court Magistrate Court Probate Court Federal Natural Resources Conservation Service Ute Creek SWCD Mesa SWCD Canadian River Riparian Restoration Project Municipalities Village of Mosquero Village of Roy Solano Mills Gallegos Bueyeros Abbott Newton State Search Home Community Churches Non Denominational Mosquero Community Church Mosquero Community Church Churches Catholic Baptist Methodist Non Denominational Mosquero Community Church Cowboy Camp Meeting Histories Senior Citizen s Center Volunteer Businesses Attractions Emergency Services Medical Services Mosquero Community Church Schedule January 2012 May 2012 Date Speakers Singers MC Congregational Music Jan 1 Story of Ruth Jan 8 Russell Burris Clay NA Jan 15 Mary Davis Tom Karen Jan 22 Andrea Esquibel Paul NA Jan 29 Bill Dollar Jake NA Feb 5 Craig McCloy Wally Amber Feb 12 Mary Davis Tom Karen Feb 19 Curtis Jones James Vivian Feb 26 Bill Dollar Donald NA Communion March 4 Tilt James Jake Amber March 11 Mary Davis Tom Karen March 18 Russell Burris Clay NA March 25 Craig McCloy Paul Vivian Communion April 1 Rickey Lawrence Wally Amber April 8 Jack Stone James NA April 15 Russell Burris Clay NA April 22 Craig McCloy Donald Karen Communion April 29 Panhandle Sunset Paul

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  • Harding County :: Cowboy Camp Meeting
    RV The Rectory Bed Bath Services Auctions Banks Computer Services Construction Food Products Utilities Newspapers Harding County Roundup Beauticians Barbers Accounting Taxes Agriculture Services Natural Resources Arts Crafts Gifts Ma Sally s Mercantile Southwest Arts Crafts Doc Mayer Art Poetry Dining Drinks Attractions Mills Canyon Kiowa National Grasslands Canadian River Canyon Mosquero Canyon Harding County Today Harding County History Wanderings in New Mexico Emergency Services Medical Services Education Mosquero Municipal Schools Roy Municipal Schools Roy Booster Club Extension Services Ag Newsletter 4H 4 H Newsletter 4 H Events 4 H Clubs Mesa Roadrunners 4 H Club Roy Clover 4 H Club 4 H Forms Record Book Forms News Weddings New Babies Obituaries Elvin J Madole Charlie A Payton Shirley Horton Phillip Joseph Archuleta Allen F Thompson Bill Brockman Philip Devon Gilstrap Florence Martinez Frank Surls Tomas Montoya Archbishop Sanchez Virginia Self Helen Aragon Rudy Ulibarri Benjamin Campbell Government County County Assessor County Map Forms Tax Estimator County Clerk County Commissioners Agendas County Treasurer District Court Magistrate Court Probate Court Federal Natural Resources Conservation Service Ute Creek SWCD Mesa SWCD Canadian River Riparian Restoration Project Municipalities Village of Mosquero Village of Roy Solano Mills Gallegos Bueyeros Abbott Newton State Search Home

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  • Harding County :: Histories
    Services Construction Food Products Utilities Newspapers Harding County Roundup Beauticians Barbers Accounting Taxes Agriculture Services Natural Resources Arts Crafts Gifts Ma Sally s Mercantile Southwest Arts Crafts Doc Mayer Art Poetry Dining Drinks Attractions Mills Canyon Kiowa National Grasslands Canadian River Canyon Mosquero Canyon Harding County Today Harding County History Wanderings in New Mexico Emergency Services Medical Services Education Mosquero Municipal Schools Roy Municipal Schools Roy Booster Club Extension Services Ag Newsletter 4H 4 H Newsletter 4 H Events 4 H Clubs Mesa Roadrunners 4 H Club Roy Clover 4 H Club 4 H Forms Record Book Forms News Weddings New Babies Obituaries Elvin J Madole Charlie A Payton Shirley Horton Phillip Joseph Archuleta Allen F Thompson Bill Brockman Philip Devon Gilstrap Florence Martinez Frank Surls Tomas Montoya Archbishop Sanchez Virginia Self Helen Aragon Rudy Ulibarri Benjamin Campbell Government County County Assessor County Map Forms Tax Estimator County Clerk County Commissioners Agendas County Treasurer District Court Magistrate Court Probate Court Federal Natural Resources Conservation Service Ute Creek SWCD Mesa SWCD Canadian River Riparian Restoration Project Municipalities Village of Mosquero Village of Roy Solano Mills Gallegos Bueyeros Abbott Newton State Search Home Community Churches Histories Histories Churches Catholic Baptist Methodist Non

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  • Harding County :: Iglesia de la Sagrado Corazon de Jesus
    transferred to Mosquero It is a beautiful church built of stone and artistically painted above the altar It is also endowed with fine statues Unfortunately the roof proved to be too heavy for the walls and much reinforcing had to be done later to keep the structure intact Under the leadership of mayordomos and with the cooperation of the people the church was repainted recently Considering the height of the ceiling and the immense roof this was indeed a difficult and tedious undertaking At present there are few families living in and around Bueyeros but with the expansion of the dry ice industry there is every possibility that the town will grow again and the church filled to capacity as in former years Until the year 1894 all of Northeastern New Mexico was part of the Parish of St Joseph at Springer NM In that year Archbishop Chapelle accompanied by Rev G H Haelterman visited the principal settlements in Union County Folsom Clayton Bueyeros and Gallegos to Administer the Sacrament of Confirmation Impressed by the great number of people in this territory the Archbishop decided that a new parish should be established appointed Father Haelterman pastor of Union County and entrusted him with the task of forming the new parish Father Haelterman then started a Baptismal Register for the new parish prefaced it with a two page entry written in Spanish signed by Archbishop Chapelle The following is a translation of Father Haelterman s entry in the Baptismal register of 1894 The Very Reverend Archbishop considering the increase of the population in Union county and the great desire of the people expressed at various times determined to form a new parish consisting of Union County the parish seat of which is to be located about 5 or 6 miles south of Bueyeros near the house of Don Nestor Baca and the Rev Father G H Haelterman has be appointed to establish the parish and to be its pastor The Archbishop accompanied by Father Haelterman arrived at Folsom on the morning of August 11 1984 and after Mass the Sacrament of Confirmation was administered to 64 persons The chapel situated 6 miles from the railroad station is very small and was built in the property of Don Romualdo Martinez who promised the Archbishop to have the chapel and sufficient ground deeded to the Diocese Nevertheless the Archbishop thinks that a church should be built in Folsom itself where there are said to be English speaking and Spanish speaking Catholics On the 12 th day of August the Archbishop said Mass in a public hall in Clayton and confirmed 55 persons There is not a single chapel in Clayton and the Catholic population is quite small The pastor will be required to take all necessary steps to construct a chapel in a suitable place On the 13 th the town of Tramperos was visited and 159 were confirmed The chapel there is the personal property of Don Luis Garcia and since the

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  • Harding County :: Union Church
    Yes most parents were poor when judged according to dollars and cents but they were God fearing Christians who weren t content From 1907 1909 worship services were held in the Hughes store and sometimes the homes or the school to study the Bible and learn the Golden Rule The talents of many ministers from different denominations were shared Edwin Gaskill B T James and Rev S M Roberts were heard One cold dark night the store burned to the ground This meant another place to worship had to be found In 1912 a meeting was called to make a plan Two leading citizens Charlie Merrell and Pete Laumbach donated a plot of land Noel Burton with the help of Ed Choate drew up the blueprint and plan The women sold ice cream to Railroad passengers to raise money Enthusiasm was running high and everyone pledged to do their part Each person was dedicated and sincerity came from the heart There was no easy solution for this to come about Some of the local men who worked hard were John Mackey Walter Ross Ed Cook and the Criswell s were part of the crew Others that should be mentioned are Joe Allen Hepburn s Frank and Harry Hughes to name a few It was decided to build the church of rock because it was cheap Wagons started rolling and hauling rock from Burro Hill and piled them in a heap Much hope and beauty blossomed in that little town It was as though the Good Lord had looked down Rock came from the ranches of Ross Mackey and Thompson families Sometimes things seemed to cloud the way but afterwards the sun would come out and the clouds would fade away Young and old came to help and say What can I do Friends neighbors gramps and grandmas too The women were ambitious and worked to do their part They brought food to feed the hungry men in wagons and a two wheeled cart The work on the church was finished at last It hadn t been easy nor had it been fast Everyone was overjoyed because the work was done They thought it was time to rejoice and have some fun The church had a belfry where a huge bell hung It could be heard for many miles when rung When it started ringing people started coming some were praying rejoicing and singing They knew the work had been done and they were ready to join in the fun A piano was donated by Mrs Cook which came from the Mitchell s This little church served the community s needs Marriages were performed funerals conducted and souls were won On special holidays parties were held which were fun In 1914 Rev L S Ford who was a homesteader supplied the growing Solano community in need In 1916 he was supplied with an assistant Rev F L Meredith to whom the community agreed In 1930 Rev Hale from Mosquero came to

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