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  1. De Baca County is a county in the U.S. state of New Mexico. As of the 2010 census, the population was 2,022, making it New Mexico's second-least populous county. Its county seat is Fort Sumner. The county is named for Ezequiel Cabeza De Baca, the second elected Governor of New Mexico.

  2. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 4,831 square miles (12,510 km 2), virtually all of which is land. Adjacent counties. Torrance County – north; Guadalupe County – north; De Baca County – northeast; Chaves County – east; Otero County – south; Sierra County – southwest; Socorro County – west

  3. The New Mexico Corrections Department Offender Information is intended to provide law enforcement agencies and the general public with information about offenders who are incarcerated or on probation and/or parole supervision. You must know an offender's first and/or last name or NMCD Number to begin the search process.

  4. Jun 13, 2022 · New Mexico is wonderful and colourful place to visit. One would love to visit New Mexico for its charming and beautiful sceneries, wonderful national park and historical sites. New Mexico has a lot of nick names as it is called with ‘The Cactus State’, The Spanish State’, The Land of Sunshine and so on. There are 33 Counties in New Mexico.

  5. De Baca County Parcels. 2,991. Dona Ana County Parcels. 42,482. Eddy County ... View free online plat map for New Mexico. Get property lines, land ownership, and ...

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    The New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department processes all public information requests under the Inspection of Public Records Act in a timely fashion as prescribed by law. Even where there is no statute, a common law right to inspect and copy public records affords members of the public the opportunity to keep a watchful eye on government.

  7. To request a New Mexico birth or death certificate, click a certificate request form below. NOTE: New Mexico birth certificates are restricted access records. State law restricts access to the registrant's immediate family members or those who represent tangible proof of legal interest in the requested record.

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