NATIONAL REGISTER of Historic Places: 220 Elm Street - Three-bay I-house with one-story porch and rear wing; asbestos siding.
The 1900 census recorded Kanelium 22 and Mary E. Bell Bloodgood 20, living with Kanelium's parents Joseph 60, Mary E. 52 and his 27-year-old brother Charles W. Bloodgood. Joseph's occupation was noted as "piloting." Both Kanelium and Charles were sailors.
The 1910 census noted Kay 34, wife Elma and 7-year old Walter A. Bloodgood. At that time Bloodgood was listed as a tugboat boatman. By 1920 he was listed as a seine fisherman. In 1930, their son Walter 27 was still at home and a "boatman-freight fish." At that time his father was noted as "boating-towing freight."
Kay Bloodgood registered for the WWI draft in September 1918.