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Ulric Dahlgren

Hereditary Member, admitted 1898

Ulric Dahlgren
19th Secretary of the New Jersey Society 1935-1946

8th Assistant Secretary of the New Jersey Society of the Cincinnati
In office
1910 — 1916
Preceded by Lewis Dunham Boggs
Succeeded by Henry Ford Ogden
12th Assistant Secretary of the New Jersey Society of the Cincinnati
In office
1925 — 1936
Preceded by Henry Applegate Wilson
Succeeded by Bernardo Hoff Knight
19th Secretary of the New Jersey Society of the Cincinnati
In office
1935 — 1946
Preceded by Henry Dusenbery Maxwell
Succeeded by Bernardo Hoff Knight

(3) Great grandnephew of propositus William Messenger Barnet. Assistant Secretary of the Society of the Cincinnati in New Jersey 1910-1916 and 1925-1936. Secretary 1935-1946. Born in Brooklyn, NY on 27 Dec 1870 and died in Princeton, NJ on 30 May 1946. Princeton AB Degree 1894 and MS Degree 1896. At Princeton University was Assistant in Histology 1895-1899; Professor of Histology 1899-1905; and Assistant Professor of Biology 1905-1911. Assistant Director of the Marine Biology Laboratory at Woods Hole, MA 1898 to 1906. Assistant Curator of the Zoological Museum at Princeton from 1906. Did research work for the Carnegie Institute at the Tortugas, FL Station in 1908 and in Italy in 1913. Delegate to the International Zoological Congress in Monaco in 1914. Professor of Biology at Princeton 1911-1939. Trustee of the Harpswell, ME Laboratory. Trustee and President of the Mount Desert, ME Laboratory until 1937. President of the Board of Health in Princeton, NJ.Chairman of the Committee on Fisheries, New York Worlds Fair, 1939. Member of the Association for the Advancement of Science; The American Society of Zoologists; Society of Ecologists; and The American Philosophical Society.Author of Principles of Animal Histology, 1908. Member: Sons of the Revolution; Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States; and Society of Colonial Wars. President of the Nassau Club, Princeton. Married Emilie Elizabeth Kuprion on 3 Sep 1896. [Sources: PFAH;; (98); (C); ; “Whos Who In America”, Volume 2;; Obit. “New York Times” newspaper, 31 May 1946. Pic: Triennial Photo 1932.]

Mr. Dahlgren was the great-great-great-grandnephew of W. Barnet.



W. Barnet
( — )


The Honorable Isaac Coxe Barnet
(1773 — 1833)
Admitted 1822
Ulric Dahlgren
(1870 — 1946)
Admitted 1898


Lieutenant Commander Joseph Francis Dahlgren
(1901 — 1961)
Admitted 1946
Admitted 1963