Thanks for your response. The information you have is the same I have with regard to lineage from George down.
I found some other information which may be helpful to you.
Children of William Green Mitchell and Patience (Pasha) Mariah Crawford Mitchell. Johnston County, North Carolina.
1. Charlie m. Addie
___ii. Mittie m. Needham Gurley
__iii. Charlie William
___iv. Mary Lois
___vi. Dorothy m. ______Talton
2. Leonard Earl Mitchell
____b. 23 Sept. 1874
____m. 3 Feb 1907 Mary Malency Stuckey dau. of William Henry ____and Priscilla Spell
____m 2nd Nannie Carlyle Butts
____d. 14 May 1936 burial Rains Crossroads Churchyard
____i. Wilbert Eugene
_____m. Effie Bedford Dau. of Elijah and Hattie
_____d. 1959 burial Upper Black Creek Churchyard
___ii. Leila May
_____b. 5 May 1910
_____m. Eddie Kasell
_____burial Wayne Memorial Park, Hwy 117 S, Goldsboro
__iii. Dora Rose (named for Theodore Roosevelt)
_____b. 30 Nov 1912
_____m. May 1936 Allison Algernon Aycock, son of John James _____and Nancy Rains
_____d. 12 June 1997 burial Rains Crossroads Churchyard
___iv. Lillian lived only a few days
3.Allen Mitchell m. Hattie Elmore
____i. Malcolm m. Maybell Woodard
_________children of Malcolm
_________i. Ola m. _____ Ham
________ii. Allen Ray unmarried
_______iii. Herman Joseph m. Joy ____
___i. (?) Lou Eddis
__ii (?) others
As a side note, Carl Kasell, well known morning news announcer for National Public Radio (NPR) is a descendant of this line.
I am contacting others to fill in their information so we can get it on record in Johnston County. I will provide as soon as I can gather.
You did not say if you are familiar with the Mitchell Cemetary.
You asked about my Aycock line. From the top...
Jesse, James, Warren, John James, Allison, Charles Allison, Steven. John James sold his part of the orginal grant land near Memorial Church Road west of Fremont and bought 1000 acres north of Fremont just into Wilson County near Ray Vick's store.
Will you send you husband's line. I have the Aycock book and should be able to determine exact relation. I had the opportunity to visit our ancestral town in England, Acock's Green, and the old family church in Yardley. This is the church Catherine of Aragon attended following her divorce from Henry VIII. The church was begun in the 13th century.
Let me hear from you. There is one person I know who may have known Allen. I know she knew William Green. I also have a story to tell you about Patience Mariah.
Thanks for your interest and for keeping the light.