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.