Genealogy doesn't move quickly. It takes time and energy to solve the puzzles we face finding information about our ancestors. If you follow the steps below, you could possibly find the answers you are looking for:
@Ramses Melaño Peliña
That is a very good question ...
Start with Yourself and work backwards ...
You; Parents; Grandparents; Great Grandparents; ETC; Etc; etc ...
There is NOTHING ... ASAP [ ie. as soon as possible ] ... about it.
RESEARCH; Research; and, more, research ...
ps: Where do you; and, your, Parents; Grandparents; and, Great Grandparents, come from?
I would say the first thing you need to do to find the birth place of you ancestor
is to provide us more detailed information on them so we can answer your question.
we'd Love to answer your question - as quickly as you can provide more details.
I agree Dennis if you don't provide the actual source then you can write a short note in the explanation column(where you have added or changed any profiles) that no one should change anything. State that it is your close relative and you will follow up with a source.
Hope this will help until you have proofed your statement