|Born||John Cuthbert Burgoyne|
|Died||3 May 1955 (79)|
near Godalming, Surrey, England
|Workplace(s)||P. B. Burgoyne and Co.|
|Field(s)||Vintner (wine merchant)|
John Cuthbert Burgoyne (1875-1955) was a British vintner, noted in cryptozoological circles for his 1938 claim in Discovery to have spotted a pair of agogwe while aboard a ship off the coast of Portuguese East Africa (Mozambique).
- Burgoyne, Cuthbert (February 1938), "Little Furry Men", Discovery: The Popular Journal of Knowledge (London: Mercury House) 19 (51): 582