|Death:||Died in Culpee, India|
Son of Major James Moodie, 9th Laird of Melsetter and Elizabeth Moodie
|Managed by:||Sheila Anne Gordon|
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About Thomas Moodie
Lieutenant, 11th Regiment, Bengal Native Infantry (Honourable East India Company Service). Being distinguished for his proficiency in the Hindostani, Persic, and Arabic languages, he was appointed assistant to the agent of the Governor-General of Bundelcund, and rendered good service to the Company and was highly commended for his conciliating manner to the natives. He died at Culpee, 27th April 1824, sp.