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D. H. Starbuck deleted contentEdit

AncestryEdit

Home of Starbuck's great-grandfather Thomas Starbuck.
Home of Starbuck's fourth great-grandfather Tristram Coffin.
Painting of the Society of Friends Meeting House at New Garden, Guilford County, North Carolina, where Starbuck's great great-grandparents Richard and Charity Grubb Beeson were early members.[1]
Home of Starbuck's third great-grandfather of John Grubb in Claymont, Delaware.

The Endsley-Morgan House in Colfax, Guilford County, North Carolina, one of many properties once owned by Starbuck's father, is today on the National Register of Historic Places.[2]

Darius is a descendant of the Starbuck Family of Nantucket, known for whaling. The family is an inspiration for the Moby-Dick character Starbuck, who is the namesake of Starbucks Coffee. The home of Starbuck's paternal great-grandfather, Thomas Starbuck, is among those still standing in the Nantucket Historic District in Nantucket, Massachusetts.[3] Darius is the fourth great-grandson of the Nantucket settler Tristram Coffin through his daughter Mary Coffin Starbuck (1645 - 1719). Tristram served as the first chief magistrate of Nantucket. Tristram Coffin's home, located in Newbury, Massachusetts, still stands and is a non-profit museum today. Starbuck's fifth cousin through Coffin was the renowned abolitionist, women's rights activist, and social reformer Lucretia Coffin Mott, who will be featured on the United States ten-dollar bill starting in 2020.

Darius is the descendant of Nantucket, Massachusetts settler Peter Foulger and his wife Mary Morrell Foulger through two family lines, one starting with their son Eleazer Folger (1648–1716) and his wife Sarah Gardner Folger (c. 1651 – 1792), and the second through their daughter Experience Folger Swain (d. 1739) and her husband John Swain (c. 1664 – 1738). Darius is a descendant of both siblings through his paternal grandmother Rachel Folger Starbuck (December 30, 1747 – August 30, 1842).[4][5] Through both siblings Darius is the first cousin four times removed of Benjamin Franklin. Darius's distant cousin J. A. Folger would go on to found the Folgers Coffee Company in 1850.

The eponymous home of Starbuck's maternal great-grandfather, Col. Isaac Beeson, in Colfax, North Carolina, survives and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Isaac's parents (Starbuck's great great-grandparents) Richard and Charity Grubb Beeson were both ministers of the Quaker faith.[6] Starbuck is the third great-grandson of John Grubb. Grubb was an original settler of the Delaware Colony while it was under the dominion of the Province of Pennsylvania, and a two-term member of the Pennsylvania Provincial Assembly from New Castle County.[7] Grubb also had a prolonged legal dispute with William Penn, founder and namesake of the Pennsylvania colony.[8] Grubb's home, now known as the Grubb/Worth Mansion, still stands today.[9] Historically, some researchers have asserted the possibility that Starbuck's third great-grandmother, Rachel Pennington Beeson may have been a daughter of the Quaker minister and writer Isaac Penington and his wife Lady Mary Proud Springett, a claim which would make Rachel Pennington the half-sister of Gulielma Maria Posthuma Springett, the first wife of William Penn. This claim, however, has been rebuffed by researchers who believe Rachel and her husband Edward Beeson to be a match with a couple who married in the parish of Thrussington upon Leicestershire in 1660 before immigrating to the Americas. No conclusion can be definitively made.[10]

Family of LurganShmith/sandbox
31. Nathaniel Starbuck, Sr. (brother of 34)
1636-1719[33]
16. Jethro Starbuck
1671-1770[29]
32. Mary Coffin
1645-1719[34]
8. Thomas Starbuck
1706-1777[19][3]
33. William Gayer
c. 1673-1710
17. Dorcas Gayer
1675-1747[30]
34. Dorcas Starbuck (sister of 31)
1639-1696
4. Gayer Starbuck
1744-1814[15][16]
35. Edward Allen, Jr. (first-cousin of 42)
1662-c.1740[35]
18. Edward Allen, III
36. Mercy Painter
9. Rachel Allen
b. 1709[20]
37. Joseph Coleman
19. Ann Coleman
38. Ann Bunker
2. Reuben Starbuck
1787-1880[11][12]
39. Eleazar Folger (brother of 44)
1648-1716[36]
20. Nathan Folger
1678-1747[31]
40. Sarah Gardner
10. Peter Folger
1708-1762[21][22]
41. John Church
21. Sarah Church
42. Abigail Severance (first-cousin of 35)
c. 1643-1691[35]
5. Rachel Folger
1747-1842[4][5]
43. John Swain, Jr
b. 1609
22. John Swain, III
d. 1744[23][32]
44. Experience Folger (sister of 39)
d. 1739
11. Christian Swain
1712-1790[23]
45. Moses Swett
23. Mary Swett
1689-1751[23][32]
46. Mary Hussey
1. Darius Henry Starbuck
1818-1887
47. Edward Beason
1650-1712
24. Richard Beeson
1684-1777
48. Rachel Pennington
1662-1712
12. Col. Isaac Beeson
1729-1802[24]
49. John Grubb
1652-1708
25. Charity Grubb
1687-1761
50. Frances Vane
1660-1720
6. Benjamin Beeson
d.1835[17][18]
26. Samuel Stroud, Sr.
d. 1765[26]
13. Phebe Stroud
d. 1830[25][24][26]
27. Ann Redmond[26]
3. Mary Beeson
1789-1840[13][14]
51. Edward Green
1699-1757[37]
28. William Green
d. 1763
14. Edward Green, Sr.
1762-1835[27]
52. Benjamin Dilworth
29. Rachel Dilworth
53. Elizabeth McMinn
7. Rachel Green
30. James Warnock
15. Margaret Warnock
1769-1840[28]




Songs Written and/or Produced by + incorrect song creditsEdit

There are a few songs written or produced by Lady Gaga for other artists that were officially released that aren't listed in the article under the "Other appearances" section.

Also two of the songs that are listed in the same section are listed with incorrect credits.

-"Big Girl Now" is credited as "(with New Kids on the Block)". The correct credit is "(New Kids on the Block featuring Lady Gaga)"[38][39]


-"Full Service" is credited as "(with New Kids on the Block)". The correct credit is "(New Kids on the Block featuring New Edition). Lady Gaga is not a performer on this song, she is only a songwriter.[40][41][42][43] (References 5 & 6 apply to Both Big Girl Now & Full Service)

As for the missing songs:

2008Edit

-"Quicksand" (Britney Spears) from "Circus" (track 16 from the Europe iTunes deluxe edition) [Songwriter & Background Vocalist][44][45][46]

2009Edit

-"Lola" (Veleria) from "Freshly Squeezed" (track 2) [Songwriter] [47][48][49]

-"Fever" (Adam Lambert) from "For Your Entertainment" (track 10) & "Glam Nation Live" (track 4) [Songwriter & Background Vocalist][50][51][52][53][54] (Note that for Reference 13 "Stefani Germanotta" is Lady Gaga's birth name)

2010Edit

-"Let Dem Hoes Fight" (Trina featuring Kalenna Harper) from "Amazin'" (track 13) [Songwriter & Producer][55][56][57]

2011Edit

-"Invading My Mind" (Jennifer Lopez) from "Love?" (track 9) [Producer][58]


-"Hypnotico" (Jennifer Lopez) from "Love?" (track 12) [Songwriter][59][60](Note that for Reference 23 "Stefani Germanotta" is Lady Gaga's birth name)[61][62][63](References 25 & 26 apply to Both Invading My Mind & Hypnotico)

--LurganShmith (talk) 06:13, 11 November 2013 (UTC)

Expansion of "Other charted songs" section discussionEdit

I felt with Lady Gaga's excessive hits on Billboard's dance charts in the US (her home country which makes this edit approved per Wikipedia guidelines) it would only make since to add the songs that charted on them to this list. I've formatted two new tables that include the charted songs, but I'm not sure which option is more appropriate. The Billboard Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart is the most comprehensive dance songs chart as it compiles data from all sources (digital-download purchases, maxi-single purchases, club play, and radio play), but it hasn't existed until January 17, 2013. To make up for the time before it I've included it's per-existing subsidiary charts Dance/Electronic Digital Songs and Hot Dance Club Songs.

Option 1 is more visually appealing and less crowded but compiles the charts in two separate columns. The first column is for the preferred Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart with notions to the previously dominate chart Hot Dance Club Songs. The second column is the now sub-chart Dance/Electronic Digital Songs, which for the time after January 17, 2013 and onward in future additions to the table makes is irrelevant and a waste of space.

Option 2 is less visually appealing and crowded with notes explaining how for the period before January 17, 2013 the peak positions are from the the subsidiary charts Dance/Electronic Digital Songs and Hot Dance Club Songs, but has one less column taking up space after the date the newest chart started.

Could anyone who reads this comment back with which option (1 or 2) they prefer or with any help or suggestions what so ever in regards to solving this problem?

Other charted songs (option 1)Edit

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US
[64]
US Dance
[65]
US Digital Dance
[66]
AUS
[67]
CAN
[68]
FRA
[69]
NZ
[70]
UK
[71]
"The Fame" 2008 39 73 The Fame
"Starstruck"
(featuring Space Cowboy and Flo Rida)
[D] 19 74 191
"Boys Boys Boys" 31
"Big Girl Now"
(New Kids on the Block featuring Lady Gaga)
84 The Block
"Video Phone" (Extended Remix)
(Beyoncé featuring Lady Gaga)
2009 65 [G] 31 32 58 I Am... Sasha Fierce
"Monster" [E] [H] 20 80 29 68 The Fame Monster
"Speechless" 94 67 88
"So Happy I Could Die" 35 84
"Teeth" 107
"Poker Face / Speechless / Your Song"
(featuring Elton John)
2010 94 Non-album release
"Government Hooker" 2011 16 Born This Way
"Americano" 17
"Scheiße" [F] 6 136
"Black Jesus + Amen Fashion 172
"Fashion of His Love" 13 140
"Highway Unicorn (Road to Love)" 27
"Electric Chapel" 23
"The Queen" 150
"Aura" 2013 12 12 Artpop
"Artpop" 185
"Swine" 23 22
"Donatella" 21 17
"—" denotes items which were not released in that country or failed to chart.

NotesEdit

  • A ^ "Dance in the Dark" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 22 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[72]
  • B ^ "3-Way (The Golden Rule" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 3 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[73]
  • C ^ "The Lady Is a Tramp" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 21 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[74]
  • D ^ "Starstruck" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 7 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[75]
  • E ^ "Monster" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 12 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[76]
  • F ^ "Scheiße" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 11 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[75]
  • G ^ "Video Phone" did not enter the Billboard Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart because the chart did not exist prior to January 17, 2013. However the song peaked at number 1 on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs chart.[77]
  • H ^ "Monster" did not enter the Billboard Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart because the chart did not exist prior to January 17, 2013. However the song peaked at number 29 on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs chart.[78]


Other charted songs (option 2)Edit

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US
[64]
US Dance
[79]
AUS
[80]
CAN
[68]
FRA
[69]
NZ
[70]
UK
[81]
"The Fame" 2008 39[G] 73 The Fame
"Starstruck"
(featuring Space Cowboy and Flo Rida)
[D] 19[G] 74 191
"Boys Boys Boys" 31[G]
"Big Girl Now"
(New Kids on the Block featuring Lady Gaga)
84 The Block
"Video Phone" (Extended Remix)
(Beyoncé featuring Lady Gaga)
2009 65 [H] 31 32 58 I Am... Sasha Fierce
"Monster" [E] 20[G][I] 80 29 68 The Fame Monster
"Speechless" 94 67 88
"So Happy I Could Die" 35[G] 84
"Teeth" 107
"Poker Face / Speechless / Your Song"
(featuring Elton John)
2010 94 Non-album release
"Government Hooker" 2011 16[G] Born This Way
"Americano" 17[G]
"Scheiße" [F] 6[G] 136
"Black Jesus + Amen Fashion 172
"Fashion of His Love" 13[G] 140
"Highway Unicorn (Road to Love)" 27[G]
"Electric Chapel" 23[G]
"The Queen" 150
"Aura" 2013 12 Artpop
"Artpop" 185
"Swine" 23
"Donatella" 21
"—" denotes items which were not released in that country or failed to chart.

NotesEdit

--LurganShmith (talk) 18:29, 25 April 2014 (UTC)

Lili Marleen former quote box styleEdit

Now, here is a song that is very close to my heart. I sang it during
the war. I sang it for three long years, all through Africa,
Sicily, Italy, to Alaska, Greenland, Iceland, to England, through France, through Belgium, [long pause] to Germany, and to Czechoslovakia. The soldiers loved it, Lili Marlene.

- Marlene Dietrich[85]

--LurganShmith (talk) 15:09, 24 June 2014 (UTC)

Promotional singlesEdit

Title Year Peak chart positions Album Notes
BEL
(Fl)

[86]
"Too Many Questions" 2008 Sam Sparro Only released in New Zealand to the county's iTunes store.[87]
"Soles of Fire" 2009 Released as a member of the "Chauffeur", a short lived musical group consisting of singer Sam Sparro, rapper Theophilus London, & producer Mark Ronson. Both singles were released exclusively to limited edition vinyl pressings only available with the purchase of Mark Ronson and Gucci’s shoe collaboration.[88]
"Glamorous Life"
"The Shallow End" 2012 6 Return to Paradise [89]
"Spread a Little Love" 2013 Originally written and produced by Sparro for Lexus's December to Remember 2013 ad campaign, it was released by the company in a promotional music video and for free download on Sparro's Soundcloud account.[90][91]
"Hands Up" 2015 Quantum Physical, Vol. 2 The single's release was heavily promoted by the artist via social media. [92][93][94] The song had its radio debut at 1:00 AM GMT, July 28, 2015 on BBC Radio 1.[92] The song was released to the artist's SoundCloud account on July 28, marking the artist's first release in association with Intuit Records.[95]
"—" denotes that the release did not chart or was not released in that territory.

-LurganShmith (talk) 08:20, 2 August 2015 (UTC)

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