Hello, turbocode, you wrote: SK>> So to predict longevity being guided on dates on gravestones can be less exact, than stick a stick in an ant hill. T> it is necessary to look as a cemetery extends. How? Normally there are sections, selected such section and 10 years on it buried, more less contemporaries. Then following section. Then following, following. Then you came on a cemetery, and at once straight on a current, new section, where again more less contemporaries. And on the old sections "occupied" more 60 years ago, you plainly did not walk. And when in a tomb of 1901 urns with cremated children, grandsons, great-grandsons, great-great-grandsons, great-great-grandsons it is one tomb or seven? This extension in breadth or up? From this what outputs? Yes, there too there can be some contemporaries, from "a current" section. Or, by rules if the tomb is higher 50 years, and her long do not visit, remains utilize, and in this pole do the new. (Too, 12 years for ) And there too can hide imperceptibly some contemporaries, from "a current" section. This extension in breadth or up? From this what outputs?