Jim Brady BARITONE Ronnie Booth LEAD Michael Booth TENOR
|Wife||Wylene Died in 2000 From cancer|
|Martha Remarried to Michael Booth Mother-In-Law (Vicki’s Mother)|
|Children||Brenda twin daughters|
|Barbara twin daughters|
|In-Laws||Mosier is Married to Vickie Booth’s (Michael Booth’s wife) Mother|
|Church||Deacon at the Riverside Baptist Church of TampaSunday school class teacher, and Mosie directed the church choir.|
|Mosie Lister Publications||in Tampa, Florida October 1969, Mosie Lister Publications merged with the Lillenas Publishing Company of Kansas City, MO|
|Songwriter for||Professional gospel groups that performed early Lister songs were the Statesmen, the Blackwoods, the Blue Ridge Quartet, the Jordanaires and the LeFevres. Now The Dove Brothers, Booth Brothers, and Palmetto State Quartet|
|Instruments||studied harmony, counterpoint and arranging for piano and organ., violin|
|College||Vaughan School Of Music in Tennessee. Middle Georgia College where he majored in English|
|Service||Navy in World War II, Key West and in North Africa|
|Most-Recorded Songs||“How Long Has It Been?” “Then I Met The Master,” “Where No One Stands Alone,” “‘Til the Storm Passes By,” “The King And I,” “I’ve Been Changed,” “I’m Feeling Fine.”|
|Quote||Prayer is the key to Heaven, but faith unlocks the door.|
|NAME MEANING|| Lister means Dyer
English: occupational name for a dyer, Middle English litster, an agent derivative (originally feminine; compare Baxter) of lit(t)e(n) ‘to dye’ (Old Norse lita). This term was used principally in East Anglia and northern and eastern England (areas of Scandinavian settlement), and to this day the surname is found principally in these regions, especially in Yorkshire. Scottish: Anglicized form of Gaelic Mac an Fhleisdeir ‘son of the arrow maker’.
Thomas means Twin
Usage: English, French, German, Dutch, Scandinavian, Biblical
Pronounced: TAHM-as (English), TOM-as (English), to-MA (French), TOM-ahs (German) [key]
Greek form of the Aramaic name Te’oma which meant “twin”. In the New Testament he was the apostle who doubted the resurrected Jesus. According to tradition he was martyred in India. Famous bearers of this name include philosopher and theologian Saint Thomas Aquinas, philosopher Thomas Hobbes, inventor Thomas Edison, American president Thomas Jefferson, and novelist Thomas Hardy. Thomas has 24 variant forms:
New Testament name, borne by one of Christ’s twelve apostles, referred to as “Thomas, called Didymus” (John 11: 16; 20: 24). Didymos is the Greek word for “twin”, and the name is the Greek form of an Aramaic byname meaning “twin”. The given name has always been popular throughout Christendom, perhaps because St Thomas’s doubts and reassurance have made him seem a very human character. Derivatives: Irish Gaelic: Tomás. Scottish Gaelic: Tòmas; Tàmhas (a dialectal variant, from which comes the surname Mac Thàmhais, Anglicized as MacTavish). Welsh: Tomos. Italian: Tommaso. Polish: Tomasz. Czech: Tomáš. Russian: Foma. Finnish: Tuomo.
Short forms: English: Tom. Scottish: Tam. Italian: Maso. Dutch: Maas.
Pet forms: English: Tommy. Scottish Gaelic: Tòmachan, Tòmag.
Mosie=Moses means Out Of The Water
Usage: English, Biblical
The boy’s name Moses is pronounced MOH-ziz. It is of Hebrew origin, and its meaning is “saviour.” Also possibly (Hebrew) “drawn out of the water.” Biblical: name of the Hebrew infant pulled out of the River Nile and adopted by the Egyptian Pharoah’s daughter. Moses later became the great leader of the exiled Israelites. Moses ben Maimon (12th century), also known as Maimonides, was a Jewish scholar born in Moorish Spain. He was the court physician of Saladin, the Sultan of Egypt, and was famous for his writings (in both Hebrew and Arabic) on logic, mathematics, medicine, law and Jewish theology. The name Moses was adopted by the Puritans in the 17th century, and is popular in Jewish families. Moss is an English medieval form of Moses. Moises (moh-EE-says) is a Spanish form; Moshe is Hebrew. Mosiah probably is a blend of Moses and Josiah. Israeli defense minister Moshe Dayan. Moses has 15 variant forms: Mioshe, Mioshye, Mo, Moe, Moise, Moises, Mose, Moshe, Mosheh, Mosiah, Mosie, Mosie, Moss, Moyses and Mozes.