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A list of his ballets may be found in the Enciclopedia dello Spettacolo. He was still active in 1834. Signora Carolina Pitrot Angiolini appeared for many years at Turin, Venice, Trieste, Naples, Vicenza, and Milan. She was still alive in 1797, when on 25 February she danced in Il Bálbo del papa at Milan. It is Winter who identifies Carolina as the daughter of Antoine Bonaventure Pitrot; if that identification is correct, then, born about 1760, she would have been mothered by his first wife Anna Madeleine, née Rabon.
J. Lawrence found dancing at Belfast in 175455. Pitt, Mr [fl. 17681774], actor, singer. In November 1772 a strolling company, evidently led by Lawrence Kennedy, appeared at the King Street Theatre in Bristol and played off and on through April 1773 and then went to Richmond, Surrey, for the summer. A Mr Pitt was a member of the company. Some of the players, assisted by casuals from London theatres, appeared in a benefit performance for Kennedy at the rented Haymarket Theatre on 4 April 1774. Mr Pitt was of their number, playing Ben Bridge in The Beggar's Opera.
Mongrédien in his Dictionnaire biographique and its supplement provides much factual information concerning Pitel, his family, and their continental careers. Briefly, Pitel was born at Falaise; he was the brother of the actor Beauval (Jean Pitel) and the uncle of the actress Mlle Beaubourg (Louise Pitel). By 1647 he had married Charlotte Legrand, born 24 November 1634, the daughter of the actor Turlupin (Henri Legrand); she was sometimes called Charlotte Belleville, a name Turlupin took. Pitel and his wife were at Nimes in 1647, at Nantes in 1651probably in the troupe of MademoisellePoitiers in 1652, Toulon in 1654, in Villabé's troupe in 1656, at Montauban in 1657, and in the Condé company at Saint-Jean-de-Luz in 1660.