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I found a note in a genealogy forum from you that said you had tracked the genealogy of a Salazar family that lived for a time in Northern New Mexico. I am researching the life of a person named Enrique H. Salazar (June 1856 - 19 Oct 1914). He was born in Santa Fe, New Mexico and died in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He was a prominent newspaperman in Las Vegas, New Mexico and in Belen, New Mexico. He was also the postmaster in Las Vegas, New Mexico at the end of the 19th century, was the chief clerk of the first New Mexico State House of Representatives, and ended his career as Land Receiver for the US at Fort Sumner, New Mexico. His mother was Josefa Salazar (1838 - 1907), and his grandparents were Santiago Salazar ( 1805 - ?). The family lived their lives in Santa Fe, I think.
Do you have any information on this person? I would appreciate any help.