For a definitive answer, you have to bring the trust documents to an attorney to review with you, since the trust will be governed or controlled by its exact terms and language. We can only go by what you have written, which may not be the precise, and hence controlling, language.
That said, as a general matter, what you have written about would mean what it sounds like: IF the beneficiary passes away with no descendents (i.e. no children, grandchildren, etc.), THEN you get the funds--but only if that happens.
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