In the Swiss city of Geneva, there is a small cemetery – Cimetière de Plainpalais. Located between the majestic old part of the town with its imposing cathedral above it, and the broad, calm Rhone river underneath it, the well-maintained cemetery welcomes random passersby. When you step in and walk along the first row toward the left, at its very end you will find a small, barely visible grave. A child – born on February 22, 1868, died on May 12 of the same year – is buried there.