Line 1: That was the resting place
Line 2: the brave and graceful woman
Line 3: Schoschanna Minzi Levi.
Line 4: long she endured her illness and relying on G (ott)
Line 5: and they went up before His throne
Line 6: 23 Kislev 615 n (oh the small calendar) (= 14 December 1854).
Line 7: Does she took part in the joy of her daughter on her wedding day
Line 8: confident and they looked to the future.
Line 9: Her husband and all of the city
Line 10: drowned in grief
Line 11: and with bitter tears they put this stone.
Line 8: Proverbs 31.25: literally, "she laughed in the last day."
Thanks to Livio Vasieri from Trieste, who sent me his copy of hard to read the photo Hebrew inscription and the two photos of the grave stone.