Charles Oliver Bond Davis, Maori interpreter, writer and land purchase agent for the NZ Government, certainly left his mark on this country. An encycolpedia entry, reference in the Journal of the Polynesian Society (regarding the establishment of a printing press and stores for Thames and Poverty Bay Maori), deeds and land sales records.
One one side of his memorial pillar is English text.
On another, Te Reo. The other two sides are blank.
There's also this example of time's unkind collapses.
David D Roberts died in 1907. His widow must have loved him dearly, to place not only a pillar of brown marbleof his grave, but an inlaid portrait of her dearly departed.
Just sad, though, how things just fall away.