M, b. circa 25 October 1607
|Father||Henry Tuthill I b. c 1580, d. b 26 Mar 1618|
|Mother||Alice Gooch b. c 1588|
John was born in Tharston, County Norfolk, England. He was christened there on 25 October 1607 in St. Mary's Church.2 He died at Carrickfergus, Ireland.
- [S345] Lucy Dubois Akerly, The Tuthill family of Tharston, Norfolk County, England and Southold, Suffolk County, New York:, Page 4 - John2, of Tharston, sometime of Southold, in the Colony of New Haven, America, bapt. 25 Oct., 1607, d. in England. He was a widower in 1637.” Both Trumbull's History of Connecticut, and Dodd's Register, mention this elder, or Pilgrim, John Tuthill, as at New Haven in 1640. He was one of the original or earliest settlers of Southold, and her first civil magistrate, being appointed “ Constable, by the New Haven Court, in 1642: 6: 2, for Yennicok,” or Southold. . . . [he] states that he was the son of John's brother, Henry.
“Pilgrim John was probably identical with John Tuthill, named with Capt. Underhill in 1638-39 at Pisatawa, now Dover, N. H.” He returned to England, remarried, and left descendants there.
- [S345] Lucy Dubois Akerly, The Tuthill family of Tharston, Norfolk County, England and Southold, Suffolk County, New York:, page 4.