Roundhead is a term coined in England and/or Ireland. It was in contrast to the "flathead" appearance of the dubbed single (or straight) combed chicken. With the pea comb dubbed off the head was obviouly rounder looking. So yes, there were "roundheads" in U.K. way before they were in America. Infact the forefather to most Roundhead lines, the Boston Roundheads, were a lost shipment from England to Boston.
"the time will come, that who killeth you will think that he does God service." John 16:2
THANK YOU WILLEM , I ALREADY KNEW THAT, WHAT I WANT TO KNOW IS IF SOME ONE KNOW ABOUT THE COCKER WHO BREED THESE ROUNDHEADS AT ENGLAND, I READ THAT WAS AN INDIAN COCKER WHO WAS LIVING IN ENGLAND WHO BRED THE ROUNDHEAD WHO BEAT SOME OEGs IN THOSE TIMES....I DON'T REMEMBER WERE I READ THAT ,THIS IS WHY I ASK.