There are a number of discrepancies among the replies that were given. I hope to come back with a full reading later.
Meanwhile, I would like to point out:
1. Her middle name might have been pronounced Freeda, rather than Fraydah.
2. There is an abbreviation in front of her father's name that indicates that he was a rabbi, as at least one person pointed out.
3. As to the abbreviation immediately preceding the date of death: Gravestones have no punctuation and are full of run-on sentences. This abbreviation -- despite its location -- means "with a good name/reputation". It does not mean "at a good time", even if the date of death might have been a Sabbath.
Brooklyn, New York, USA