Thanks for looking at this. You've raised quite a lot of additional questions, so I'm going to address them briefly here, but if you want them fully discussed, then I think they should be opened as additional G2G items.
What however is the Sussex Project going to do with his profile?
The Sussex team is a part of the England Project that works to improve profiles of individuals born or dying within the historic county of Sussex. We largely work on sourcing, connecting and acting on suggestions identified in WikiTree+ reports for those profiles, so what I'm planning to do on this profile is to work through the implications of the new sources that I've added and then leave the profile in as good a state as I can.
Does it need eight managers?
The WikiTree help pages (https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Help:Profile_Manager#:~:text=There%20can%20be%20more%20than,or%20five%20is%20too%20many.) say that "Four or five is too many", so I think it would be good to reduce the number, but I don't have the appropriate access to change that myself, nor do I know what the correct mechanism is for choosing which ones would be best for the profile. The large number of profile managers was one of the reasons for opening this question in G2G, however, rather than discussing it directly with the profile managers.
What sources give places of birth and death?
I've used in-line sourcing in the biography to link data to sources where possible. If you look there, you'll see that birth and death information is currently supported by a listing on ''ThePeerage.com'' citing a source that I've been unable to verify. I intend to carry out a review of dates, once the family relationships have been sorted out, because of problems already identified, e.g. Edmund Newington's supposed daughter Clemence married in 1542, so she cannot be the daughter of a father born in 1539. I may well need to ask further questions in G2G when I get on to those issues.
Is it enriched by citations to ThePeerage.com and Ancestry.com?
ThePeerage.com is the only place cited that appears to support the birth and death dates, but in any case I try to be careful about removing sources added by others and these were already in use.
Why have all five of his alleged children had their last names changed to Bartlett?
I haven't changed the last names at birth of any of the children and I can't see signs of recent edits to them in the change logs. Variations in the spelling of the surname has caused comment on the profile in the past, so I did carry out some additional research on that topic, which is documented in the research notes on the profile.