No.2232. 1919 Sep. 15th HARRIET ROGERS aged 74 years of 44 Mount Street Bridgwater Somerset. Minister - M. L Winterton. (left margin - Sec 1. Plot A. Reopen.)
What does reopen mean here?
It's so they could be buried together in the same plot, one on top of the other. A single grave could have up to about 5 or 7 burials, and families would pay for one for their family. If there was only one burial per plot all the space would be used up very quickly, so each usually contains a few.
That means they're reopening a grave where there's already been a burial. Looking through my notes it looks like a Francis Rogers was buried there in October 1915: No.1848. 1915 Oct. 1st FRANCIS ROGERS aged 77 years of Mount Cottage Bridgwater Somerset. Minister - F. Basil Davis Asst. Curate. (left margin - Plot A. Sec 1. N.G.) [NG means 'New Grave']. There's no memorial on the plot today, but it's location is in Anglican Plan L, it's on the map in row 6, grave number 7, two plots away from the MEAD memorial when you're visiting in person. Hope this is some help!