After some gen from someone who understands these things please? I was always under the impression that the CWGC headstones (if that be the correct term, you know, the white concrete type with service insignia at the top of the headstones) were only on war graves, those that died as a result of conflict or after if they died as a result. I now believe that to be untrue, so I would really like to understand the rules and where these headstones come from. I ask as a few months ago I was passing the military cemetery at Tidworth and called in to pay my respects. There were quite a number of graves that fell outwith conflict dates, and the ages of the interred did not tally up to any obvious conflict. I also googled one of the fella's and he had died in Norfolk in a motorcycle accident. After visiting my local cemetery yesterday, I found another grave that has really raised my curiosity about it. I've searched online and not really come up with a satisfactory answer about it. Please could someone enlighten me?