an old innocent woman
Pesi daughter of
May her soul be bound in eternal life
With the Jewish Calendar Conversion application from the Steve Morse One-Step website, the 25th day of the month Adar in the year 5675 would correlate with 11 March 1915 in our (Gregorian calendar) and 26 February 1915 in the Julian calendar, which was in effect at the time of Pesi's death.
1. Special thanks to an assortment of knowledgeable linguists and genealogists who rose to the occasion and answered my query on Tracing the Tribe FaceBook page. While I could tell that the first line on the main area of the epitaph showed אשה (isha), which means woman, I was unsure of the line immediately after that. Yakov Pytkowicz explained that the first letter, ת, is an abbreviated form of the word תמה (tama), meaning innocent. And the next word is וּזקנה (uzkena), which means old. So, the translation is "an old innocent woman." Zev Siberiano then pointed out that the word tama also connotes perfection and completeness, as well as innocence. Pesi must have been a lovely woman.