Family-tree builder and networking site Kindo announced today that it will be receiving seed money from Estonian venture company Ambient Sound Investments.

Through features like communication tools, family statistics and a newsfeed, Kindo says it wants to connect families the way Facebook connects friends and LinkedIn connects colleagues. But Kindo isn’t the only company trying to fill this role. For example, we reported on Geni, a Los Angeles start-up making similar claims, about a year ago.

Previous seed investors in the London-based web company include Saul and Robin Klein of The Accelerator Group and Stefan Glanzer, the first investor in last.fm.

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