I have not yet transcribed this stone but I wanted to make it available because of its unusual nature. Two of the dates are 1760 and 1761 so this is one of the older stones in the cemetery.
The stone is embedded in the perimeter wall of the cemetery and is now in a state of disrepair and will probably be lost forever before too long. However, it is still possible to extract some information which might be of value to those researching the line.
I have uploaded a high resolution version for those who may wish to study the inscription in detail. Please note that this is a large file and it will take some time to open.