What is the source primary source for the burial date of 1558 for John Spencer of Edworth

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in Genealogy Help by Robert Spencer G2G1 (1.1k points)

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There is a record of John Spencer on the LDS Family Search website-https://familysearch.org/

John Spencer- ID# LCRX-G7G

That record has a burial date of June 9, 1558 at Edworth,Bedfordshire,England. Buried at Edworth Cemetery.
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by Bobbie Schaffer G2G3 (4k points)
I'm sorry i searched for it by the AF number provided, comes up no results and searched other way, nothing.  More than likely if its been submitted as part of a genealogy , that is not a primary source theefore its not what  requsted, and need.  Rev. Holding said he saw it in Edworth registry or church records,  however it ddoes  does not show in the IGI exraction of those chuch records in Edworth.  I'm questioning whether he was the father of Michael was even named John, where is  primary source that Rev. Holding says he found ? Does any one else have an answer. I see other entries that  JOHN being son  of John Spencer and Christian  Baker, This cant be true Christian Baker was confused with Ethlredea Baker , Christian's last name is unknown but she remarried a Dale as per her litigation case in 1533-38 time period. They are 2 different people who married other John Spencer who  Rev. Holding says he found his burial in 1558 in Edworh. We really need a primary source fo him othrwise, the father of Mchael could be someone else not even named John Spencer. Hope someone has he answer!!!

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My notes indiciate "Edworth Parish Record 1552-1812, Volume 1 1552-1676. Page E14". I do not, however, have a printed copy of the record and I do not find the record online. I've only seen transcriptions of this information.

I also don't see any repository listed in my notes for the records. I'm guessing that the book is probably with the Churches Conservation Trust (formerly the Redundant Churches Fund).
by Mark Daly G2G Rookie (200 points)

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