Army of the United States
Certificate of Disability for Discharge

Private Squire COMBS of Captain SMALLWOOD Company, D of the 8th Ky Regiment of Kenty. Vol. Inf was enlisted by R.B. JAMEISON, the 24th day of September 1861, to serve 3 years;  he was born in Owsley Co in the State of Kentucky is 24 years of age, 5 feet 7 inches high, dark complexion, Black eyes, Black hair, and by occupation when enlisted a Farmer.  During the lst two months said soldier has been unfit for duty [blank] days.
Stationed Louisville, Ky
Date. April 11, 1864
Staion:  ?Army General Hospital, Louisville, Ky
Date:  April 11th, 1864
                                                       Henry A. MITCHELL
                                                        Major V.R.C.
                                                        Commanding Company

I certify, that I have carefully examined the said Squire COMBS of Captain [blank] Company, and find him incapable of performing the duties of a soldier because of loss of both Eyes - from Gun shot wound at Battle of Chickamanga - He was in good health when he entered the Service.
He is unfit for bet. Res. Corps
Disability total
                                                    Alex T. WATSON, Surgeon
                                                    ____ Genl. Hospital

Discharged, this 3rd day of May 1864 at Louisville, Ky
                                                   L.D. B----
                                                   Military Col 30 Ky Inf
                                                   Louisville, KY

Note 1. - When a probable case for pension, special care must be taken to state the degree of disability.
Note 2. - The place where the soldier desires to be addressed may be here added.
                          Town - Booneville            County - Owsley       State - Kentucky

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