Born in Swansboro, Martin "Mart" Edward Bloodgood Jr. 1891-1958 was the son of sailor Martin Edward Bloodgood 1851-1923 and Clara Duffy Moore. Martin Bloodgood Jr. married Elenita Woodhull about 1915.
|Martin Bloodgood Sr. 1851-1923|
|Martin Bloodgood Jr. 1917 WWI|
By 1920 Bloodgood Jr. was renting a house in Morehead City and was noted as "engineer - gov't tug."
|1958 Death Certificate|
"Mart" E. Bloodgood's 1958 death certificate documented his residence as Wilmington, North Carolina with his occupation noted as "Corp Engr - Inspector." At that time his spouse was Blanche Bennett.
There is also a Bloodgood House circa 1900 at 204 Water Street, described in the National Register as: an aluminum-sided house with one-story side kitchen and front porch: