According to DAR's Members' Only site, Solomon was NOT a soldier, so stone is incorrect.He was a Patriot-NC: Signed Oath of Allegiance to make land entry, Nash Co., 1778, whatever that means.
A cousin of mine ordered a stone from SAR in CT. for a Rev. War ancestor whose broken stone I found by digging up a least a foot of dirt.Since stone was broken, cousin had a rededication ceremony with a new stone provided by SAR.
The proof was many DAR and SAR decendants and historical records from town where he lived and pension records.
So, contact nearest SAR or DAR chapter in your area.