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Mesa County Links
Towns in Mesa County
  • Appleton, CO
  • Clifton, CO
  • Collbran, CO
  • Colorado National Monument, CO
  • De Beque, CO
  • East Orchard Mesa, CO
  • Fruita,CO
  • Fruitvale, CO
  • Gateway, CO
  • Glade Park, CO
  • Grand Junction, CO
  • Loma, CO
  • Mack, CO
  • Mesa, CO
  • Molina, CO
  • New Liberty, CO
  • Palisade, CO
  • Plateau City, CO
  • Whitewater, CO
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WELCOME to Mesa County, Colorado.  My name is Jessica, and I'm your county coordinator.  This web site was created to help you with your genealogy research.  I hope that you find information that will help you be successful in your search.

I just started to manage the page, and I will be updating and adding some new stuff, so be sure to check back often.  If you have any old letters, documents, yearbooks or even old photos, I would be thrilled to publish them here.

Mesa County Courthouse in Grand Junction.


Mesa County is made up of several small towns:

  • Appleton
  • Clifton
  • Collbran
  • Colorado National Monument
  • De Beque
  • East Orchard Mesa
  • Fruita
  • Fruitvale
  • Glade Park
  • Grand Junction
  • Loma
  • Mack
  • Mesa
  • Gateway
  • Molina
  • New Liberty
  • Palisade
  • Plateau City
  • Whitewater
Mesa County Population, 2010 Census: 146,723

The Grand Mesa National Forest encompasses the Grand Mesa, which is one of the world's largest flattop mountains and has an average elevation of 10,000 feet, dotted with over 300 alpine lakes and reservoirs.

The Uncompahgre National Forest includes the Uncompahgre Plateau, portions of the San Juan Mountains and three wilderness areas.

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Don't forget to check the GenConnect boards for the families you are researching.  We would appreciate it if you submitted information that you have.. Others might be able to use the same information.

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This form will return the Soundex code for the entered surname, plus other surnames/spellings sharing the same Soundex code.


Colorado State Coordinator
Assistant State Coordinator    
Assistant State Coordinator     Billie Erin Walsh -
Mesa County Coordinator    
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