Joseph Hon Sr. and William Cave's stones are in very good condition. Both are very old looking and are very similar in size and look. Niether have dates. I suppose it is possible that they could be replacements, but it is likely do to it's location. Someone would likely need help to find it, because it is not easily seen from the road it's on. My grandparents were raised a few miles up the road and owned much of land around it and my Grandma has never heard of any changing the stone. I have posted information about Joseph Horn in this forum before about his birthdate and who he served under Putman and met Washington, but found this information to be about a different Joseph. This other Joseph also in the Revolutionary War, but was not in the Virginia Militia as it says on our Joseph's stone. The other Joseph was in the Pennsylvania army and was married to a Margeret Orr. I found a Joseph Horne listed at Glade Hollow Fort in 1774 in Virginia. This fits with our Joseph who was in the Virginia Militia. The Horn researcher who I have been in contact with said the other Joseph who was married to Orr was in Pennsylvania at that time and was never in the Virginia Militia. But I guess there could be a third Joseph Horne(Horn).