[...TOULSON (Eng.) Patronym of TOWLE, from the Middle English given name "Toll", Old English "Toll", or Old Norse "Toli". TOWLE is mostly from Nottinghamshire....]
[...TUATHAL [tool] comes from tuatha, territories--meaning one possessed of "large landed property;" it is the root of the sirnames Toole, O'Toole, Tootal, Tolan, etc....]
I've checked the www.behindthename.com
database and those that are closest, were Tolly and Toal. Tolly is a pet form of Bartholomew and Toal was an anglicized form of Tuathal. I guess Tuathal/Toal are not related to the given name Toll. Toll is thus probably from Bartholomew.