Thomas Tuttell 1674 - 1702

Mathematical instrument maker, Nautical instrument maker, Philosophical instrument maker
born in:
London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom

A member of the Clockmakers' Company, Thomas Tuttell was a mathematical instrument maker trading in London at the King's Arms and Globe at Charing Cross and the Royal Exchange in Cornhill between 1695 and 1702.

Tuttell was apprenticed at the Clockmakers' Company in 1688 to Henry Wynne and freed in 1695. Though his career was short, he made several high-quality instruments. On the 22nd January 1702 Tuttell drowned while surveying the River Thames in his role as hydrographer to the King.