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Dolores County, Colorado Genealogy Research

Are you just beginning your ancestry research in Dolores County, Colorado? Why not hire a professional genealogist to assist you with your genealogy search? Colorado became a U.S. state on August 1, 1876, and many types of records including land deeds, family wills, military records, family histories, and vital records are widely available for more than 100 years of the state's history. Contact our researchers today and learn how we might help you with your family tree search.

Many ethnic groups and nationalities settled or lived in Colorado in the past including Native American tribes like the Cheyenne, Ute, and Arapaho; African-Americans; and many settlers of European descent who migrated to the state from places like Texas, Nebraska, Kansas, and New Mexico starting in the 1800's. MyGenealogist.com is ready to assist you with your ancestry search. Contact a genealogist today and discover your unique ancestral heritage!

Colorado
is an exciting state to do research in because of the extensive and high quality records available to the professional genealogist at the various libraries, county courthouses, archives, and other repositories located throughout the state, and at places like the LDS Family History Library in Utah. Contact our genealogists today to learn how we might help you with your genealogy search in Colorado using many of these great records and resources.

About Our Colorado Research Team

If you would like a professional genealogist to undertake a tailor-made genealogy search for you and your family, please contact us today to learn  more about our unique ancestry research services. Our researchers are looking forward to assisting you with your Dolores County family tree
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Genealogy research can be carried out for you in all Colorado
towns, cities, and counties.

Our Colorado genealogy research team consists of expert genealogists who live and work in Denver (doing research at the Colorado State Archives, etc.), another group that works in the U.S. capitol in Washington, D.C. (at places like the U.S. National Archives and Library of Congress), and a third team of researchers that works full time at the LDS Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.

The records collection of the Family History Library is the single most important resource for family tree research since it consists of literally billions of genealogy records from all parts of the globe, making it the largest and most important collection of genealogical information available in the world. Included in the Family History Library's collections are literally millions of genealogical records related to the state of Colorado which can be a great help to your ancestry search. Click here to read what our clients are saying about our genealogists and our unique family tree
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Did you know that millions of genealogy
records
are NOT available on the internet?


Many people are unaware that many important records which
are crucial to their family tree search cannot be found online. Many Dolores County, Colorado records, for example, are only available to researchers who physically visit repositories at the local level in Colorado, at the federal level in Washington, D.C., or at the LDS Family History Library in Utah. Our genealogy researchers have access to all of these records and are ready to assist you with your genealogy search in Colorado. So, if you have limited your past family tree research to exhaustive internet searches at Ancestry.com, Rootsweb, and other online databases and web sites, you may have reached a brick  wall because you're missing out on the literal gold mine of records available to our genealogists on microfilm, in books, and in other published works at these important locations.

     Many genealogical records related to your ancestry search, important records like family wills, court records, obituaries, death certificates, military records and land deeds are generally not available online and can only be obtained by mailing research requests to places like local public libraries or cemeteries, or by visiting the LDS Family History Library results are to be achieved during your project. For these and other reasons, it's sometimes a great idea to hire a in Utah. These records are critical to any comprehensive ancestry search and should not be overlooked if high quality and thorough research professional genealogist to assist you with your genealogy search.

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Speak to a genealogist today to learn how we can be of help and service to you in your genealogy quest. Let us answer your questions before you begin your ancestry research project in Colorado. To learn more about our projects and pricing please click here. If you are ready to begin this exciting research, please provide us with some information as listed in the box below to help us get started on your case:










"Not to know what
happened
before we were
born is to remain
perpetually
a child. For
what is the worth
of a human life unless it is
woven into the life
of our ancestors by the records
of history"


-Cicero (106-43 B.C.

Family Tree Research - Dolores County, CO

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Dolores County, Colorado Genealogy Resources

Are you just beginning your ancestry research in Dolores County? Our expert research team has put
 together some helpful links and resources to help you get started with your family tree research. Many of the
CO resources listed on this page are often used by our genealogists during a typical ancestry search to help
locate important records like birth certificates, obituaries, court records, marriage certificates, land deeds,
and family histories.

Biographies


USGenWeb Archives - Dolores County Biographies

WorldCat - Dolores County Biography

Cemeteries

Census Records

Dolores County Census Records - Census Online


Dolores County Federal Census Index - US-Census.org

1860 Census of Dolores County, CO - Ancestry.com

1870 Census of Dolores County, CO - Ancestry.com

1880 Census of Dolores County, CO - Ancestry.com

1910 Census of Dolores County, CO - Ancestry.com

1920 Census of Dolores County, CO - Ancestry.com

1930 Census of Dolores County, CO - Ancestry.com

Court Records

Colorado State Archives - Dolores County, CO 

Directories

USGenWeb Archives - Dolores County City Directories

Estate Records

Colorado State Archives - Inheritance Tax Record 1929-1943   

Colorado State Archives - Will Records 1903-1938

History

Land Records

Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office - Land Patent Search

USGenWeb - Dolores County Deeds Project

Libraries and Archives

Military Records

Obituaries

Societies

Colorado Genealogical Society - Denver, CO

Colorado Historical Society - Denver, CO

Vital Records

Click Below to Learn More about Your Colorado Genealogy

County Formation Date County Seat
Origin
Adams County 1902 Brighton Arapahoe County
Alamosa County 1913 Alamosa Costilla and Conejos counties
Arapahoe County 1861 Littleton One of the 17 original counties of the Territory
of Colorado
Archuleta County 1885 Pagosa Springs Conejos County
Baca County 1889 Springfield Las Animas County
Bent County 1870 Las Animas Huerfano County and former Cheyenne and Arapaho lands
Boulder County 1861 Boulder One of the 17 original counties of the Territory
of Colorado
Broomfield County 2001 Broomfield Boulder, Adams, Jefferson, and Weld counties
Chaffee County 1879 Salida Carbonate County
Cheyenne County 1889 Cheyenne Wells Elbert and Bent counties
Clear Creek County 1861 Georgetown One of the 17 original counties of the Territory
of Colorado
Conejos County 1861 Conejos One of the 17 original counties of the Territory
of Colorado
Costilla County 1861 San Luis One of the 17 original counties of the Territory
of Colorado
Crowley County 1911 Ordway Otero County
Custer County 1877 Westcliffe Fremont County
Delta County 1883
Delta Gunnison County
Denver County 1902 Denver Arapahoe County
Dolores County 1881 Dove Creek Ouray County
Douglas County 1861 Castle Rock One of the 17 original counties of the Territory
of Colorado
Eagle County 1883 Eagle Summit County
Elbert County 1874 Kiowa Douglas County
El Paso County 1861 Colorado Springs One of the 17 original counties of the Territory
of Colorado
Fremont County 1861 Cañon City One of the 17 original counties of the Territory
of Colorado
Garfield County 1883 Glenwood Springs Summit County
Gilpin County 1861 Central City One of the 17 original counties of the Territory
of Colorado
Grand County 1874 Hot Sulphur Springs Summit County
Gunnison County 1877 Gunnison Lake County
Hinsdale County 1874 Lake City Lake, Conejos, and Costilla counties
Huerfano County 1861 Walsenburg One of the 17 original counties of the Territory
of Colorado
Jackson County 1909 Walden Larimer County
Jefferson County 1861 Golden One of the 17 original counties of the Territory
of Colorado
Kiowa County 1889 Eads Bent County
Kit Carson County 1889 Burlington Elbert County
Lake County 1861 Leadville One of the 17 original counties of the Territory
of Colorado
La Plata County 1874 Durango Lake and Conejos counties
Larimer County 1861 Fort Collins One of the 17 original counties of the Territory
of Colorado
Las Animas County 1866 Trinidad Huerfano County
Lincoln County 1889
Hugo Elbert and Bent counties
Logan County 1887 Sterling
Weld County
Mesa County 1883 Grand Junction Gunnison County
Mineral County 1893 Creede Hinsdale, Rio Grande, and Saguache counties
Moffat County 1911 Craig Routt County
Montezuma County 1889 Cortez La Plata County
Montrose County 1883 Montrose Gunnison County
Morgan County 1889 Fort Morgan
Weld County
Otero County 1889 La Junta Bent County
Ouray County 1877 Ouray Split from Hinsdale and Lake counties
Park County 1861 Fairplay One of the 17 original counties of the Territory
of Colorado
Phillips County 1889 Holyoke Logan County
Pitkin County 1881 Aspen Gunnison County
Prowers County 1889 Lamar Bent County
Pueblo County 1861 Pueblo One of the 17 original counties of the Territory
of Colorado
Rio Blanco County 1889 Meeker Garfield County
Rio Grande County 1874 Del Norte
Costilla and Conejos counties
Routt County 1877 Steamboat Springs Grand County
Saguache County 1866 Saguache Lake and Costilla counties
San Juan County 1876 Silverton Lake County
San Miguel County 1883 Telluride San Juan County
Sedgwick County 1889 Julesburg Logan County
Summit County 1861 Breckenridge
One of the 17 original counties of the Territory
of Colorado
Teller County 1899 Cripple Creek Paso and Fremont counties
Washington County 1887 Akron Weld County
Weld County 1861
Greeley One of the 17 original counties of the Territory
of Colorado
Yuma County 1889
Wray Washington County

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