I left off the tail end of the information on his tombstone, which indicates he later served as Inspector of Conscripts for South Carolina. I ought to give proper credit for the information. The South Carolina Division of the UDC published a 12 volume set of the papers collected by their various chapters, which includes things such as little biographical sketches of men who served with the Armed forces in World War I who were descendants of Confederate soldiers, but also letters, diary excerpts, reminiscences, rosters, cemetery records, newspaper articles, etc. Its about 6000 pages of text, not including a very detailed index. The series, published between 1990 and about 2001, is a treasure trove of information. It goes by the tongue twisting title Recollections and Reminiscences 1861-1965 through World War I, but the information in it can be superb.
This particular information came from Vol. 12.
The Georgia Division of the UDC is in the midst of a similar project; they started a little later but now are up through Volume 16, I believe.