He was born on 10 Oct 1748 in Oxford, Worcester County, Massachusetts  and his parents were Ruth and Nathaniel Blood. 
Elijah Blood and Eunice Sleeman married in January 1777 in Worchester County, Massachusetts.
He died on 31 Jan 1817 and was buried at Hebron Cemetery in Hebron, Grafton County, New Hampshire, USA. 
Nathaniel Blood III, born 13 December 1716 in Suffolk County, Massachusetts, died 21 October 1801 in Charlton, Worcester County, Massachusetts, and his wife Ruth Hall, are honored for patriotic service during the American Revolution:
1) FENCE VIEWER
2) MEMBER OF COMMITTEE TO PROVIDE FOR FAMILIES. Their son Elijah Blood, born 10 October 1748 in Oxford, Massachusetts, married Eunice Sleeman.
Merged profiles showed conflicting marriage date and location ...
m: 05 Jan 1777 Charlton,Worcester,Massachusetts ?  OR
m: 30 Jan 1777 Spencer, Worchester County, Massachusetts ?
↑ "Massachusetts, Town Clerk, Vital and Town Records 1626-2001" database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FHJJ-F43 : 13 Jul 2016)
citing town clerk offices in Massachusetts; FHL#754,010; for Elijah Blood, b: 10 Oct 1748 Oxford, Worcester County, Massachusetts.
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