Not that he could. He and Clyde were years dead by then. Their skeletons, mounted in a hug copied from a personal snapshot, were the concluding exhibit for "Written in Bone: Forensic Files of the 17th-c Chesapeake." I find this such a life-affirming way to face your mortal end.
Big thanks to my dear Janet F for this wonderful find - now I'll send you to the article and photo.