My New Mexico Fajardo tree has been growing by leaps and bounds. I have followed them from the earliest Spanish settlers near Taos, south to El Paso to escape the Pueblo revolt, back to Santa Cruz (near Espanola) and then down to Polvadera/Sabinal, NM, where they farmed. Felipe Fajardo lived in Albuquerque in the early 1900s, and I have visited his house that is still standing after 100 years. I don't rely on any one source, as many family trees - and even census reports - contain mistakes. I am sure to confirm any data with other sources. Would love to hear from other Fajardo family in New Mexico.