Chad - I think that you are over-thinking the problem!
It doesn't matter if you 'lost' the timing.
Forget all about TDC and valve positions.
Unlike the DOHC, the SOHC has a constant and simple 2:1 rotation ratio between the crank and the cams.
You can turn the cams as many times as you like but each time that the static marks line-up the cam-lobes and valves will be in the same position that they were on the last rotation!
Simply line-up the static marks - fit the belt and line-up it's marks with the static marks and all will be well.
Aussie 1997 3.2V6 SOHC 6VD1 Holden Jackaroo SE (Isuzu Trooper/Bighorn/Monterey) 5-speed manual, rear LSD, front Lokka (manual free-wheel hubs).