Bledsoe is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Albert Taylor Bledsoe (1809 – 1877), American educator, attorney, author, and clergyman
  • Ben Bledsoe (born 1982), American pop singer
  • Benjamin Franklin Bledsoe (1874 - 1938), American federal judge
  • Curtis Bledsoe (born 1957), former American football player
  • Drew Bledsoe (born 1972), former American football quarterback
  • Eric Bledsoe (born 1989), American basketball player
  • Fred Bledsoe (born 1986), American football defensive tackle
  • Jerry Bledsoe (born 1941), American author and journalist
  • Jesse Bledsoe (1776 - 1836), Senator from Kentucky
  • Jules Bledsoe (1898 - 1943), African American singer
  • Lucy Jane Bledsoe (born 1957), American novelist and science writer
  • Samuel T. Bledsoe (1868 - 1939), American railroad executive
  • Tempestt Bledsoe (born 1973), American actress
  • Tim Bledsoe (born 1953), American politician and college professor
  • Woody Bledsoe (1921 - 1995), American mathematician and computer scientist

Other articles related to "bledsoe":

Castalian Springs, Tennessee
... In the early 19th century, it was known locally as Bledsoe's Lick, and was the location of Bledsoe's Station ... Among the notable natives of Castilian Springs / Bledsoe's Lick was William B ...
Lucy Jane Bledsoe - Biography
... Bledsoe was born into a family of many members in Portland, Oregon, USA, where she grew up ... Bledsoe stated in an interview that she started writing stories when she was young and had always wanted to become a writer ... From 1975 to 1977, Bledsoe attended Williams College ...
Fred Bledsoe
... Fred Bledsoe (born April 7, 1986) is an American football defensive tackle who is currently a free agent ... Bledsoe has also played for the Florida Tuskers ...
Samuel T. Bledsoe - Railroad Career
... In 1888, Bledsoe moved to Texas where he studied law at the University of Texas School of Law he was admitted to the bar in 1890 and began his practice specializing in land and railroad issues in the Indian ... Bledsoe worked his way up through management to succeed William Benson Storey on May 2, 1933, as president of the railroad, serving in that position until his death on March 8, 1939 ... Bledsoe was the first Santa Fe president to be promoted from a career path that did not lead through the operations or technical aspects of the railroad ...