Bobo-Qualls Gravesite, Curry County, New Mexico
|GPS:||N 34.52105 W 103.45011|
|Directions:||From US 60 W of Clovis at Canon Air Force Base, N, W and N 13.4 mi on NM 318 to County Road (CR) 18; W 2.5 mi on CR 18; gravesite on S side.|
Grady Cemetery, Curry County, New Mexico
|GPS:||N 34.82522 W 103.31112|
|Directions:||East side of town, 1 mi N of NM 209 at N end of Hardie Street.|
Hollene Cemetery, Curry County, New Mexico
|GPS:||N 34.77761 W 103.09918|
|Directions:||In N Clovis, from NM 209/NM 245, N 21 mi on NM 209 to NM 19; E 6.9 mi on NM 19 to NM 19 going N; N 3 mi on NM 19 to County Road (CR) 36; W 0.4 mi on CR 36, S side.|
Mitchell Cemetery, Curry County, New Mexico
|Cemetery:||Slumbering Mountain Cemetery|
|GPS:||N 32.42803 W 106.59755|
|Directions:||Take US 70 NE from Las Cruces to Organ; N on 1st St to Furnace St; E on Furnace St to Heavenly Lane; N on Heavenly Lane to cemetery.|
The following is a list of 39 burials occurring at the Mitchell Cemetery in Curry County, New Mexico.
The following is a list of 265 burials occurring at the Hollene Cemetery in Curry County, New Mexico.
This cemetery is better known as Bobo-Qualls Gravesite, and you will be redirected to that listing.
The following is a list of 19 burials occurring in Grady Cemetery in Curry County, New Mexico.
The following is a list of 3 burials occurring in Bobo-Qualls Gravesite (AKA Ranchvale site) in Curry County, New Mexico.
Curry County was created 25 February 1909. It was formerly part of Roosevelt and Quay Counties. It is a smaller county and prospered due to early railroad building. Farming, ranching, and military bases have given it a healthy economy over the years.