I can't help you exactly, but I can say that in my experience there are so many ways a name can be misspelled. Many people could not read or write so the census takers & peoploe recording births, marriages & deaths wrote down what they heard and if they had different dialects or accents, it would be written down differently. Fuller becomes Fowler in some of my husband's genealogy. Bengel (my ancestor) became Bingle, Bangle, Pingle, Pengle & Pickle!Cloutier could very well sound like Plutier. Even if the person spelled it, C could sound like P. It could be Pelletier also.Try Peltier spelling as well.