I'll be glad to transfer Memorials but only if you follow Find A Grave transfer rules and specify the reason such as the Memorial belongs to a specific family relationship i.e. Father, Mother, Sibling, etc.
In either case you must use the standard Find A Grave form. (click on "Edit")
Patrick McQuaide I live near the Congruity Cemetery & I would be happy to take a photo for you. I did try to find him but many of the stones are very hard to read so if you have any info that would help me find it I would appreciate it. There is a map of the cemetery there at the location but he isn't even listed on it. When they mapped it out there are a lot of grave sites that are listed as unknown. Let me know if you have any info that would help me. Thank You.
Isaac Hall and Huldah Ash I believe I've located a daughter of there's, Hannah J, b.1842, married Asa Clark, a Civil War veteran from Henry Co. Illinois. She is Mem.#41030197. Let me know if you concur, please.
I'm following up on your find a grave memorial for John Calder in died in GA in 1845.
Your memorial message says 'John Calder died at age 77 which would indicate he was born about 1767 but another source says he came to Savannah in 1775 at age 12 which would indicate born circa 1763'
I'm wondering if John is the same as or related to my 3rd great grandfather James Calder who also came to Savannah from Scotland with his parents Alexandria and Henrietta Calder in 1775 and was born in 1767. Do you have a source for your memorial information?
thanks for your assistance. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you, Mark Phillips.