No, we did not. In fact, I have a bit of a funny story regarding Quakers and tombstones.
Up home, I attend Fallsington Meeting. Down here, I steer clear of the Meetinghouse two blocks away, because this Virginian group has become way too "California Quaker" for the 370 years' worth of Quaker blood running through my veins. Ugh! The Religious Society of Friends is not Unitarian Universalist. But, I digress.
One Sunday, as I was making my way up the hill to my car, well over an hour after the meeting, I noticed a couple walking toward me. So, I greeted them, let them know they missed the meeting and asked how I could be of assistance.
They had driven all the way up from Phil Campbell, Alabama on a genealogy quest and had come to Fallsington in search of William Cooper. and wondered if he was there because they hadn't seen a tombstone. So, I asked, "which William Cooper? I am descended from both." And, they said, "the one who married Thomasine Porter." And, that's when I had to explain the lack of the tombstone.
Sam Snipes was still in the Meetinghouse that day, so I took the couple inside and we showed them a few records. Then, I took the couple for a walk around Fallsington, and after a while, the woman began to giggle - causing her husband and me to stop talking for a moment. Apologizing, she explained that she was laughing because her husband and I were like 9th cousins who, in spite of growing up 945 miles apart and never meeting until that day, had the same facial features, facial expressions, body language, body structure, sense of humor, etc. Yes, we are still in contact to this day.