Birth, on the 17th June, at the Manse, Brookstown, Wallsend, the wife of the Rev. C. J. Mood of a son
Marriage of William, eldest son of Richard Watson of Hinton and Agnes, eldest daughter of Walter Beveridge of Plattsburgh, Wallsend on 16th August 1877. Minister Rev. C.J. Mood
Rev. Christopher J
Centenary history of the Presbyterian Church in New South Wales by James Cameron. Internet Archive
MINMI. Presbyterian services were started at Minmi by the Rev. William Bain, of Newcastle, in 1862. Minmi is a coal mining township belonging to Messrs. J. and J. Brown, of Newcastle, and had originally Wallsend conjoined with it, and was maintained as a preaching station by the Synod of Eastern Australia. The Rev. Samuel Humphreys was inducted as its first minister in 1870. He was followed, in 1873, by the Rev. Christopher J. Moodie
December 1877 - The members of the Presbyterian Church, Lambton, celebrated their anniversary on Sunday, December 16, when three special services were held; in the morning by the Rev. C. J. Moody, in the afternoon by the Rev. J. S. Dobson, and at night by the Rev. T. Robey. Each service was well attended and the members of the Wallsend Church Choir rendered efficient service.