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: http://thefamilycurator.com
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: http://olivetreegenealogy.blogspot.ca/2015/01/what-happens-to-your-genealogy-research.html
“GENEALOGY – Your digital legacy: Time to make arrangements” by Kenneth H. Thomas Jr. for the Atlanta Journal Constitution: http://www.myajc.com/news/lifestyles/your-digital-legacy-time-to-make-arrangements/nmbYt/
Genealogical Codicil form, Katherine R. Willson, © 2014: https://moonswings.files.wordpress.com/2014/05/genealogical-codicil-to-will.pdf
Digital Asset checklist and List forms, © 2015 Julie Miller, JPM Genealogy Research: http://www.jpmresearch.com/jpm/downloads.html
Various forms for estate planning Free – Genedocs Templates Facebook Group and website, Eric Jelle.
Genedocs Templates – Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/genedocstemplates
A warning – “Cleaning Mother’s House” by Michael John Neill, Rootdig: http://www.rootdig.com/adn/cleaningmothershouse.html
Donate research to the Society of Genealogists: http://www.sog.org.uk/learn/share-your-knowledge/
Donate research to FamilySearch – note what is not accepted: https://familysearch.org/sites/default/uploads/Donations-Guidelines-REVISION-12-July-
Donate research to the Genealogy Center, Allen County Public Library: http://www.genealogycenter.org/Donate.aspx
Donate to the BCGS Walter Draycott Library – contact the Library Administrator for advice – email@example.com or call the Library 604 502 9119