The monument is IN MEMORY OF CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS of 1861-1865. It reads as follows:
Their spirits were victorious, their bodies only fainted and failed.
IN MEMORY OF CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS of 1861-1865.
Who with matchless courage fought to maintain the principals of the constitution and perpetuate the government established by their fathers and whose heroic deeds crowned the south deathless glory.
Erected by the C. Irvine Walker Chapter No. 190
United Daughters of the Confederacy
and unveiled memorial day May 16, 1915.
The monument is at St. Pauls Episcopal Church in Summerville, South Carolina.
It was erected in honor of all the soldiers of the war and especially in memory of all the Summerville soldiers who are buried there.