I mentioned this stone in the last blog. Notice how well the picture is carved how deep the background is. Now, look at the writing. I think we either had two different people working on this stone or the carver cared more for the picture. If you look close you'll see where the carver split the last name between two lines.
Here's a stone I ran into while roaming through a cemetery, the carving is a bit different.
We all know that an anchor stands for either HOPE or a SAILOR (which I think we can rule out in this case). What would a broken anchor stand for. Broken hope? She died young (at 28 yo).
Broken hope of spending a long life together?