Gravestone Translation #translation


Please translate the Hebrew into English on the photo of my grandmother’s gravestone posted below. Thanks in advance for your help. #translation

Sandy Schepis
Westchester County, New York


"Here lies an esteemed woman, Bracha, the daughter of Avraham Chaim, died the 15th of Cheshvan 5686" (November 2, 1925)
Steve Goldberg
Jerusalem, Israel
Sagan/Shagan family from Veliuona (Velon), Lithuania
Goldberg family from Vidukle, Lithuania
Susselovitch/Zuselovitch family from Raseiniai (Rassein), Lithuania


Here is buried 

An important woman
Brachah daughter of Reb Avraham Chaim
died on the 15th of Cheshvan, 5686

May his /her soul be bound in the bundle of life

(abbreviation of a quote from the Prophets Samuel / Shmuel A, 25: 29, that is traditionally engraved on Jewish tombstones)

Shimon Sporn of Beit Shemesh, Israel

Researcher # 57380

Perl, Margolies, Itzkowitz, Lehrer families from Kisvarda, Fenyeslitke, Ustilug,

Leher- Rozenberg families of Hrubieszów Galicia Edmondton, London

Sporn families of Marosorozfalu, Rusii Munti, Saszreghin, Kajla, Besztercze-Naszod


Abraham & Stuhlman families from Pecsetszeg & Kozarvar


Good morning,

Here lies or here is buried (two letter abbreviation on top)

An important woman

Bracha daughter of reb Avraham Chaim

Passed 15 Heshvan 5686

May her memory be gathered in eternal life (last line) abbreviation

Malka Chosnek