I'm new to FHUK, and picked up this thread by accident.
The family you are looking for are as follows:
James Moodie bap. 4 Nov 1792 in Carnock, Fife, Scotland died 22 Jan 1874 Blackburn, Dunfirmline, Fife, to James Moodie and Elizabeth Thomson, married 1st Agnes (Ann) Keltie 8 May 1818 Saline, Fife. She born abt. 1798 Dunfirmline, Fife and died 20 April 1859 Inverkeithing, Fife. Married 2nd Jane Hutton 2nd Dec. 1859 Carnock, Fife. She born 6 May 1811 Carnock, Fife and died 12 Dec 1886, Carnock, Fife.
Children to James Moodie and Agnes Keltie:
Christian Moodie 4 May 1827, Dunfirmline, Fife
Janet Moodie 20 May 1824, Dunfirmline, Fife
Ann Moodie 14 Feb 1830
Elizabeth Moodie 27 April 1832
Robert Taylor Moodie 23 July 1834
Adam Moodie 31 Aug 1839
There could be more children somewhere as there is a bit of a gap between the marriage and the first child, also a gap between the second and third child, but miscarriages etc. could account for those.
"James Mudie, workman in Carnock and Elisabeth Thomson his spouse had a son born upon the 2nd Nov. and baptized upon the 4th of said month in presence of the congregation, called James"
James also married (2) Jane Hutton, daughter of William Hutton and Susan Pye.
Marriage: 1859; Carnock, Fife, Scotland; according to the Forms of the Free Church of Scotland; age 60; residence at Elgin Colliery, Dunfermline; engine keeper; widower; parents James Moodie labourer, deceased and Elizabeth Moodie M.S. Thomson, deceased; witnesses Robert Condie and Thomas Brown
James MOODIE, colliery engine keeper, married to
Jane HUTTON, formerly to Ann KELTY
1874 Jan 22, 5h PM, aged 82
Father: James MOODIE, general labourer, dec
Mother: Elizabeth M/S THOMSON, dec
Cause: general debility some years, retention of urine, three weeks, as cert by Jas Morris, surgeon
Inf: James Moodie, son, present
You might be interested to know that James had a brother Thomas born 1785 in Carnock who went to Canada with his family around 1822 and founded quite a large dynasty there. My husband descends from another brother, Andrew, born 1795 who's daughter Elspith married back into the Thomsons.
Hope this helps,