Long time since we last talked. Funny thing, I was at Evergreen the other day and stumbled upon my grandma Esther's great-grandparents, Chester and Lizzie Buck there. I added them on my page if you want to check it out. I also have a family tree on ancestry.com you can always look at too.
I fulfilled your photo request today, the stone is still in great shape considering it's age, however it appears there are more word at the bottom of the stone that are now buried. Here is the transcription per your request -
Here Lyes Buried ye Body of Mr. John Bemis Who Departed this Life Janry 11th AD 1754 in - the rest of the words are buried in the soil.
RE: James David You've very welcome. Unfortunately while cemeteries maintain the grounds, it's up to the families to maintain the headstones. A-R may have told you they'd replace the stone broken when the tree fell over, but I'm not surprised they never did. Don
Esther Abajian My Grandma Esther Abajian actually wasn't buried at Rose Hills with my Grandfather Ben. She had her ashes scattered in the Pacific following her death. Were we relatives as well? Thank you for caring for them here.