Family information on this website not only includes direct descendants of Santiago Gurulé and Elena Gallegos, but also some of the Native American families who used the Gurulé surname. Additionally, there are a few families which are included in the hopes that visitors to this website can provide the missing links.

Under this same Ancestry tab is a link for Gurulé Families and there you will find links to the 14 families which are available on this website. These are not ALL the records that Angela maintains, just the families with the most records. Visit the Gurulé Cousins Site to meet some of the people who descend from various Gurule lines.

Special thanks to Virginia Langham Olmsted, a certified genealogist from Albuquerque, New Mexico. In March 1987, she published her research of the Gurule family in the National Genealogy Society Quarterly, Volume 75, Number 1. The article is titled "Grolet-Gurule: Los Franceses de Nueva Mexico" and contains history for the first four generations. My research takes her findings, fills in the missing pieces, and expands on them for many more generations! Ms Olmsted died in 1989, and she left behind a wonderful legacy of material published in New Mexico.

A note from Angela --

My entire collection of thousands of records, which grows with each visit to the library, is not available on the web site. Only those families with the most records were chosen. Send me, Angela Lewis a note and I'll be more than happy to help you. Visit RESOURCES to view the various source materials and this will give you an idea of the records that I have in my collection. Under this tab you’ll also find the Gurulé Newsletter and other articles written by some of the cousins.