Genealogical Legacies, Codicils, and Related Resources – Links

How to Archive Family Keepsakes by Denise May Levenick (Family Tree Books, 2012). Chapter 5 “Organize for the Future” includes sample codicils for Genealogy and Digital Assets.
See also her website, The Family Curator:

After You’re Gone: Future Proofing Your Genealogy Research by Thomas MacEntee (Hack Genealogy, 2015)

“What Happens To Your Genealogy Research When You’re Gone?” Lorine McGinnis Schulze, Olive Tree Genealogy:

“GENEALOGY – Your digital legacy: Time to make arrangements” by Kenneth H. Thomas Jr. for the Atlanta Journal Constitution:

Genealogical Codicil form, Katherine R. Willson, © 2014:

Digital Asset checklist and List forms, © 2015 Julie Miller, JPM Genealogy Research:

Various forms for estate planning Free – Genedocs Templates Facebook Group and website, Eric Jelle.
Genedocs Templates – Facebook:

A warning – “Cleaning Mother’s House” by Michael John Neill, Rootdig:

Donate research to the Society of Genealogists:

Donate research to FamilySearch – note what is not accepted:

Donate research to the Genealogy Center, Allen County Public Library:

Donate to the BCGS Walter Draycott Library – contact the Library Administrator for advice – or call the Library 604 502 9119

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M. Diane Rogers is a Director and Editor and Co-webmistress of the British Columbia Genealogical Society, teaches genealogy and family history year round, and blogs at CanadaGenealogy, or, Jane's Your Aunt. She's been doing her own family research since the 1980s in Canada, the UK and the United States, Sweden and further afield. She has a lifelong interest in Canadian and women's history and is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, the Genealogical Speakers Guild and the International Society of Family History Writers and Editors

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