Maria Najar (or Gonzalez) married a Mr. Limon, probably at Laredo. She was a curandera and was accused of murder when, on one occasion, she advised a sick man to carry large stones and to do hard labor as a cure. The man died as result of weakness caused by tuberculosis. The Limon family, quite influential in Laredo, gathered testimony showing that the man had given his consent. The indictment, dated 14 Oct 1924, listed the offense as practicing medicine without a licence. I would like to learn more about Maria. She was my wife's great-aunt.