Set up by the man who started GenForum, this site is about trying to help genealogists speed up their research by 'SmartMatching' ancestors from different family trees. The developer, Cliff Shaw, claims that SmartMatching is not like the usual matching of ancestors as it looks beyond database files, at deeper related files.
It's a free site based on what it
GENDIR: Forums and surname searches, and a host of other genealogical resources terms 'the Global Tree'; a tree that consists of more than 60 million ancestors which were submitted to GenCircles by its users.
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