Here lie interred the remains of Mrs. Elizabeth Butler who departed this life on the13th May 1773/ aged 76 years also the remains of Thomas Butler Esq. Her husband/ for many years, an Eminent Physician in this City./ He departed this life 30th July 1773 aged 80 years/ also the remains of their son Thomas Butler Esq. M.D./ who departed this life 21st July 1795/ in the 72nd year of his life./ His plain and honest work/ in private life/ and his merits as a member of society/ rendered him as dear as his pre-eminence in his professional knowledge/ qualified him to be serviceable/ to the community./ His memory will live/ unindebted to panegyrick /in the hearts of his numerous friends and admirers/ triumphant above the grave and Death./ Such talent seemed by natures God designed /alike to ornament and serve mankind./ No earthly power could due reward bestow. /He find it there where joy's immortal now.
Pediment supported by two pillars and a large rectangular base. The inscription is within the rectangular panel framed by the pillars. It is a Monument with fluted Doric columns. The bases of the columns are supported on a rectangular base. The base is decorated with floral patterns with the patterns duplicated on the pedestals supporting the columns. The Butler coat of Arms is displayed in the tympanum. Monument somewhat overgrown. A sketch in Phelan (1978) shows an urn at the top of the pediment. It is not possible to determine if this is still present due to the level of the overgrowth. This monument was at one time inside the chancel until It was shortened in 1820.