| This is an interesting document. It's a receipt for Lorenzo's purchase of a casket, very
likely for Maximiliana. It appears that Lorenzo worked for the Wild Cat Leasing Co. and
the company made the payment of $40, which in those days was quite a sum, and
Lorenzo may not have had the cash. Thanks to Lincoln County Archives
|At the far end of Cedarvale Cemetery in White Oaks is Maximiliana's monument to mark her burial site 100
years ago. The etching is on a hard granite type stone and it reads: 1913, MRS T G, Died May 3. The T would
stand for Torres, which was her mother's maiden name and Maximiliana used at times. The name obviously
had some clout and was important to her.