Lawyers--New Mexico--Lincoln County
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Papers of John M. and Ruth Tompkins Penfield and records of the Penfield Store of Lincoln, New Mexico. The Penfield Store was formerly the Tunstall-McSween store of Lincoln County War fame. John Penfied bought the store around 1900 and it was run by the Penfield family until sold to the state of New Mexico around 1957. Also included are papers Ruth Tompkins Penfield's family, who were involved in mining in the White Oaks area in the latter 19th century.
Dates: 1890 - 1960
Scope and Content Collection consists of the territorial and New Mexico district court records for Lincoln County, New Mexico (1870-1957). The bulk of the material covers the years (1870-1912). Included are record books (1873-1912), case files (1870-1929), and other court material. Record books consist of various dockets (1873-1912), court proceedings record books for criminal and civil (1875-1879, 1884-1912), and Chancery Court hearings (1889-1897). Dockets include criminal and civil volumes (1873-1911). Case...
Dates: 1870-1957 (bulk, 1870-1912)