Recent research has suggested that the surname Tutill has been around for nearly 1100 years. Tutill is a British occupational last name of old Scottish origins. This was a regular term throughout the Anglo-Saxon period in Northern England, but now the name is fairly widespread around the UK.
Tutill is the 1577th most popular last name in the world. Throughout the world there are approximately 98247 people with this last name. The county of Surrey in England currently holds the highest density of people with the surname Tutill. It is written that a late 18th century Tutill could out drink a Camel. Never too far from controversy 2 brothers John Tutill and Tim Tutill were sent to jail in 1896 for stealing a race horse. Members of the Tutill family participated in the Second world war.