Great example of CI. This is why Twitter is such a great resource for Latin / language teachers.
[first picture and quotes taken from this site; second picture labeled; third picture: my edits for legibility]
[taken from this site]
[note the typo in conjux; ouch to skip a letter in such a permanent medium]
To the memory of my most beloved wife Christine (?) / Christiana, whom, released by death in the 48th year of her life (up to the 48th year of her life) (March 27 (yes?), 1816), her grieving husband, George W. Chapman, a doctor, venerates with this marble inscription and attests to her virtues. May she rest in peace.
Latin Inscription [small, at bottom]:
Invenit et sculpsit Parisiis J. J. Cafierii sculptor regius anno domini MDCCLXXXII
[same inscription in two images; was hoping the B & W would make it a touch more legible]