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County Seat - La Junta Population - 20,185
Otero County was created in 1889 from part of Bent County.
In 1911 the north part of Otero was split off to form Crowley County.
Goto: Bios, Cemeteries, Directories, History, Vitals
Title/Subject Size Donor Date
From Stone's 1918 "History of Colorado"
Ecton, Gay W., Weiland, Francis M
3 KB Maggie Stewart-Zimmerman Nov 99
Icon indicates cemetery headstone photographs have been donated to the Colorado Tombstone Photo Project.
East Holbrook Mennonite Cemetery, Cheraw 24 KB Betty L. Pennington Nov 01
Fairview Cemetry, La Junta      
Fowler Cemetery, Fowler      
Hillcrest, Rocky Ford
|A-C |D-G |H-L |M-P |Q-S |T-Z|
Avg 9 KB Betty L. Pennington Feb 02
Holbrook (Center) Cemetery, north of La Junta 3 KB Betty L. Pennington Nov 01
Mountain View Cemetery aka
Manzanola Cemetery, Manzanola
Names: A-J | K-Z
Avg 55 KB Betty L. Pennington Jun 01
Valley View Cemetery, Rocky Ford
|A-C |D-F |G-H |I-L |M-Q |R-S |T-Z|
Avg 12 KB Betty L. Pennington Apr 00
1911 Colorado Business Directory   Joy Fisher Nov-Dec 04
Towns: Cheraw, Hester, La Junta, Manzanola, Rocky Ford, Swink, Timpas and Weitzer (Vroman)
Early La Junta Settlers (Hedges and Chapmans) 18.5 KB Lynn Scheu May 97
Births and Deaths
Selected Birth and Death Certificates
Cannon, Herndon, Sumpter
4 KB Donna L. Drummond Jan 99
Selected Marriage Records
Russell, McLaren, Starkey, Richardson, Cannon, Herndon, Perkins, Clutter
3 KB Donna L. Drummond Jan 99
DeLeon - Raso    
  Lexi Romero Oct 05
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