I looked through my information and didn't find anything.
At Ancestory.com I found somehing that may be close;
Name: Mitchell WOODY
Given Name: Mitchell
Father: Pink WOODY
Mother: Daphne STINNETT b: 1884 in near Chestnut Hill, Sevier County, Tennessee
Marriage 1 Living BAKER
The entry " Marriage 1 Living BAKER " usualy means at the time of the entry this person was living and little information was given.
In my files I have;
184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.4., Elizabeth A., Woody, B 1-13-1834 in NC. D 3-24-1916 Gilmer Co. GA., Father John L. Woody Mother
Martha (maiden name unkn), Married; Henry J. Burnett B 1832 married in 1854, Lived; GA., Ancestrial Line; John
L./Robert Jr./Robert/JohnIII/JohnII/JohnI/Isaac/Richard I. Woody. 3 children; Robert Harrison, John Henry and William
18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.4.3., William Pinky, Burnett or Woody, B unkn D unkn, Father Henry J. Burnett Mother Elizabeth A.
Woody, Married; Lydia Caroline Oliver, Lived; , Ancestrial Line; Elizabeth A./John L./Robert
Jr./Robert/JohnIII/JohnII/JohnI/Isaac/Richard I. Woody. (Why or how William Pinky used the surname Woody is unkn).
William and Lydia had 9 children; John Everett, William Robert, Lewis Reed, Nettie Lou, Lillie Elizabeth, Willard Pinkey, Loseph Brown, Reba Fair and James Dorsey
Back to Ancestory.com;
There was a;
Mitchell M Woody in the 1850 VA. census, Fanklin Co.
Mitchell Woody in the 1870 VA. census, Henery Co.
The Mitchell M Woody of Franklin Co. VA. married a Sarah Jamison. So that isn't likely the right Mitchell Woody.
That's all I could find.
You may have to go the old but true way of following the original documents through Court Hose and County records.
Take Care and keep looking. Michael