Kindred Britain FAQs state:
In common with many scholars of works about culture or history, the compiler of Kindred Britain made a conscious decision not to include references for the sake of retaining broad accessibility and legibility. This is a good faith effort made by an individual trained as a scholar. Mistakes have undoubtedly been made: in an exploratory effort of this kind, there can be no illusion of perfection. On the other hand, without exploration, there can be no possibility of extended knowledge or understanding.
Patience rapidly exhausted at attempting to navigate such an idiosyncratic site. Can't see what authority it carries if totally unreferenced. Many if not most of the individuals are notable or related to notables and are readily findable in UK works of reference, so what does Kindred Britain add to the sum of human knowledge?