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Tuttle - Tuthill
Family Lines in England

Totehyll-Tootill-Tuttell of Northampton, England
The earliest well-researched ancestor of my American Tuttle line is Thomas Totehyll born around 1506 in County Northampton, England. There are records of scattered individuals, who may or may not be part of the same line, as far back as the Domesday Book, a census of landowners taken in the 11th century.

Among the descendents of Thomas Totehyll are all of the Tuttells who emigrated to America in 1635 on the ship Planter. Connections to the other main lines have not been positively established, but it is likely that Thomas was related in some fashion to the Tuthills of Devonshire.

Notes on the Tuttle Name & The Early American Lines
Totehyll - Tuttell - Tuttle of Northamptonshire, England


Tuthill of County Norfolk, England
Henry Tuthill of Tharston, County Norfolk, England, married Alice Gooch.

Henry Tuthill, baptised 28-Jun-1612 in Tharston, County Norfolk, England, came to Hingham, Massachusetts, perhaps as early as 1634.

Henry moved in 1644 to Southold, Long Island, on the "North Fork" across the sound from the mouth of the Connecticut River, where his brother John Tuthill served as constable. Henry established a long line of descendants named both Tuthill and Tuttle.


Tuthill of Exter, Devonshire, England
The 240-ton barque Angel Gabriel, captained by Robert Andrews, left London, England late in May of 1635. It was wrecked 15-Aug-1635 offshore of Pemaquid Point, Maine, in "a great storm", perhaps a hurricane. The ship's captain and many of the passengers were rescued, including John Tuttle, born c1618 in Devonshire, England, who later settled in Dover Neck, New Hamsphire. For 150 years, all of the Tuttles in New Hampshire were descended from him.

Passenger List: The Angel Gabriel, 1635
Some Descendents of "Shipwreck John Tuttle" [GenFourm Summary]


Tuthill and Tuttle Families of Long Island
Henry Tuthill, baptised 28-Jun-1612 in Tharston, County Norfolk, England, came to Hingham, Massachusetts, perhaps as early as 1634.

Henry moved in 1644 to Southold, Long Island, on the "North Fork" across the sound from the mouth of the Connecticut River, where his brother John Tuthill served as constable. Henry established a long line of descendants named both Tuthill and Tuttle.

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