Judith Round is my great Aunt, trying to fingd more info on her

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Can you provide some additional information, such as date and place of birth, even if it's an approximate year and only the province, state, or country?  Is round her birth name or married name?
Wow - being born in 1687, this profile would be more than someone's single "Great"-Aunt - but maybe that's what they were referencing. I know some people don't use the g-g-g-g when referring to their 7th Great-Aunt. I do see where this profile has been merged, but the merge of the biographical and sources section is still not completed. I'll take a look at that and see if I can't straighten it out a bit. It also uses primarily restricted Ancestry data, so it might be worthwhile to see if some additional non-restricted data can be added to provide sourcing that is open to all.
Round Family are related to President's Bush and Pierce. My 8th Great Aunt Judith Round daughter of John Round my 8th Great Grandfather is the 10th Generation - 7th Great-grandmother of George W. Bush. Judith married into the Pierce family which tracks to President Pierce. Emory Rounds III worked under President Bush as White House Executive not sure if he is a great uncle or cousin. he has a "S" after his name because way back when a "S" was added to the name of some Round's for some reason and they never changed it. research John Round of Rehoboth or The John Round Family of Swansea and Rehoboth, Massachusetts: The First Six/Seven Generations. Also look at the website Famous Kin.
In the UK, the surname Round/s was often from the West Country, so Warwickshire/Birmingham feature highly on the distribution maps (near the Welsh borders). For a UK source you may wish to keep an eye on www.freereg.org.uk which is a free to access run by volunteers project to transcribe the baptism, marriage and burial church registers post 1500's, some county's are already very complete. There is also freebmd.org.uk which is access to the free index of birth, deaths and marriages in the UK from 1837 and freecen.org.uk - which is access to the UK censuses freely from 1841 forwards.

Hope these sources help you to manage to bring your line back into the UK, and if its in Rugby, Warwickshire, England give me a shout we could be related.

 

Kind Regards

 

Paula

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