Born in 1761, Marie Joly was a member of the Comédie Française when she married Nicolas Fouquet Dulomboy, a captain of cavalry who owned a manor in the area. She was shortly imprisoned during the Revolution, but seems to had quite a happy life, shared between stage and a loving husband and children. She died too soon, at the age of 37, and Nicolas buried her in one of their favourite places.
Her grave seems to be the replica of Rousseau's one, as she was a great admirer of the philosopher.
Voyageur poursuis ta route et demande à Dieu que ton coeur ne perde jamais (celle qu'il ?) aime.
"Traveler, carry on your way, and pray to God that your heart never loses the one it loves."
(Don't hesitate to tell me if there's a better way to say this in english ^^)
(More pictures of the Brèche au Diable, here)