Have a look at the Peutrell family tree at http://www.hilarymaryjackson.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/Pewtrall_F...
. This site has been put together by Hiliary Jackson. Ernest was the brother of my great grandfather, Frederick.
There is mention of your Ernest on Hiliary's site:
- 'By 1891 George and Ada had moved to Rutland and were in Ashwell - Ancestry had transcribed them as "Pentrell" -
George Peutrell, Head, Marr, 52, Gardener Dom Sevt, born LEI, Markfield Ada R., Wife, Marr, 41, Dressmaker, born SAL, Claverley Fred, Son, 17, Gardener Dom Sevt, born SAL, Claverley Florence, Dau, 11, Scholar, born SAL, Claverley Marian, 8or9?, Scholar, born WOR, Lye???? Ernest, Son, 6, Scholar, born LEI, Groby
In 1901 George and Ada were in Leicester, at 9 St Paul's Road - transcribed as "Penliell" on Ancestry.co.uk -
George Peutrell, Head, Marr, 65, Landscape Gardener, born LEI, Markfield Ada, Wife, Marr, 50, born SAL, Claverley Florence, daur, Single, 22, School/Teacher, born SAL, Claverley Marian, daur, Single, 19, School/Teacher, born WOR, Stwinburrill? Ernest, Son, Single, 16, Gardenher's Apprentice, born LEI, Groby
In the 1911 Census, George and Ada were in Lincolnshire, at West Eagle House, Mablethorpe and were shown to have been married for 37 years:
George Peutrell, Head, Marr, 72 Retired Mkt. Gardener, born LEI, Markfield Ada, Wife, Marr, 60, Boarding House Keeper, born SAL, Claverley Florence, daur, Single, 31, Scl: School Teacher, born SAL, Claverley Kenneth Hallam, visitor, 5, born LEI, Birstall
And their son, Ernest had left home - he appears as Head of household at Wicksted Hall, Wirswall, Whitchurch in Shropshire - as can be seen, the 1911 Census have the surname as 'Pentrell' -
Ernest Pentrell, Head, Single, 27, Huntsman Harriers, born Leicester, Groby Ernest Stephen Hircock, Boarder, Single, 27, Domestic Garderner, born Northants, Laxton
I (Hiliary) have been corresponding with Ernest Peutrell's daughter, Nancy Apel. Nancy's father emigrated to the United States of America and settled in Port Huron, Michigan'.
Hope this helps