Thomas Bloodgood (died 1843) was a president of City National Bank.
Bloodgood was born in Flushing, New York, USA, and was a member of the Bloodgood family dating back to Dutch ownership of New York. He was also a wine merchant at the Fulton Market and owned a nursery in Flushing.
- Walter, Barrett (1885). The Old Merchants of New York City, Volume 5. Thomas R. Knox & Company. p. 80.
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