Back when I was the historian of a family reunion, most research that I read indicated that such a reunion's typical lifespan was about three generations (rounded to 50 years), since that was about the amount of time it took for the reunion members to lose their sense of "relatedness" – unless a strong genealogical committee kept alive that feeling.

Genealogical membership organizations have lifespans, too, and many of them (sad to say) have almost run their course.

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