For a brief intro to the "101 Ways to Say 'Died'" series, click here.
Thanks to Emily G. for sending me this lovely example from Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, MA. I don't know the year or the deceased's last name, but it looks to be a mid-19th-century stone. Under the name, James, it says, "I AM ONLY GOING INTO ANOTHER ROOM."
Although I've reached 101, I still have a few more examples to post. I'm sure that I'll continue to find more over the coming years — perhaps I can drop some of the earlier entries that are similar to one another (i.e. "killed by a cart" vs. "killed by a wagon").
One thing I've never seen on a pre-1850 gravestone: "Passed Away."