| 조선 중종 때 명신 송인수(1499~1547)를 기리기 위하여 그의 묘소 입구에 세운 것이다. 송인수의 자는 미수(眉叟), 호는 규암(圭庵), 시호는 문충(文忠), 본관은 은진(恩津)이다. 1521년(중종16) 문과에 급제하여 홍문관 정자(正字), 수찬(修撰)등을 역임 하였다. 여러 관직을 역임하다 을사사화로 삭탈관직 당하고 낙향하여 후학에 전념하던 중 1547년(정미사화)에 사약을 받았다. 1568년(선조원년)에 신원(伸寃)되고, 복작(復爵)되었으며, 1661년(현종2)에 이조판서 및 대제학을 추증(追贈)받고 문충(文忠)이란 시호를 받았다.
|| This is the tomb of Song In-su (1499-1547), a scholar and government official of the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910). Song passed the state examination in 1521, and served various posts in the royal court. However, during a series of literati purges in the late 15th and 16th centuries, a number of Confucian literati were persecuted by their political rivals. This resulted in Song being thrown out of office in 1545. He taught local students in his hometown for two years until he was executed by poisoning. His honor was restored in 1568, and he was posthumously promoted to minister of personnel in 1661. A stele was erected at the entrance to his tomb in 1578.