Apologies to the anonymous person who wrote this version in the first place, as I can't give you credit, but what a simple and easy way to express our wishes...
My Genealogical Will
Genealogical Codicil to My Last Will and Testament:
To my spouse, children, guardian, administrator and /or executor:
Upon my demise it is requested that you DO NOT dispose of any or all of my genealogical records, both those prepared personally by me and those records prepared by others, which may be in my possession. This includes but not limited to books, files, notebooks or computer programs for a period of two years.
During this time period, please attempt to identify one or more persons who would be wiling to take custody of the said materials and the responsibility of maintaining and continuing the family histories.
Parties to contact regarding the assumption of the custody of these items included but not limited to as follows:
In the event you do not find anyone to accept these materials please contact the various genealogical organisations that I have been a member of and determine if they will accept some parts or all of my genealogical materials. List of organisations, addresses, phone numbers at bottom; include local chapters, with their contact persons if available as well as state, national contact information and addresses.
Please remember that my genealogical endeavours consumed a great deal of time, travel and money. Therefore it is my desire that the products of these endeavours be allowed to continue in a manner that will make them available to others in the future.
Genealogical Organisations in additions to list above: