Here is some information. Are you seeking information on a particular individual.
The 35th Infantry Division was formed on August 25, 1917 at Camp Doniphan, Oklahoma from units of the Kansas and Missouri National Guard. After training it arrived at Le Havre, France on May 11, 1918. On September 26, 1918 it launched an attack in the Meuse-Argonne offensive, keeping up the attack for four days until relieved and placed in reserve. Two weeks later it re-entered the front lines in the battles at Alsace & Lorraine serving there until the armistice on November 11, 1918. The Division returned to the U.S. in April 1919 and was demobilized on May 30, 1919. During WWI the Division suffered 1,298 killed in action and 5,998 wounded.
Composition of the 35th Infantry Division during World War One
69th Infantry Brigade - 137th Infantry Regiment and 138th Infantry Regiment and 129th Machine Gun Battalion
70th Infantry Brigade - 139th Infantry Regiment, 140th Infantry Regiment and 130th Machine Gun Battalion
60th Field Artillery Brigade - 128th Field Artillery Regiment, 129th Field Artillery Regiment, 130th Field Artillery Regiment, and 110th Trench Mortar Battery
128th Machine Gun Battalion, 110th Engineer Regiment, 110th Field Signal Battalion, Headquarters Troop, 35th Division
110th Train Headquarters and Military Police - 110th Ammunition Train, 110th Supply Train, 110th Engineer Train, 110th Sanitary Train
Here is a list of MIA for ww1 15th Division and other stuff:
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Thanks Elliott - I'm not looking for information about any particular individual. I'm trying to find a comprehensive report of all 35th Division WWI battle deaths. As an example, I posted a copy of the WWII report I referenced in my original message. The 1st page is hard to read but the rest are legible. The WWII report includes deaths from all 35th ID organic units, sorted first by unit, then alphabetically. Here is the link:
I am looking for a report with similar information that includes WWI battle deaths for all 35th Division organic units.
Here is something else I found hope it aids you in your search. You will have to scroll through the whole article lots of information.
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Dear Ms. Russo,
Thank you for posting your request on History Hub!
We searched the National Archives Catalog and located Name Files of Dead and Severely Wounded Casualties of Infantry Divisions in the American Expeditionary Forces, 1918 - 1918 in the Records of the American Expeditionary Forces (World War I) (Record Group 120) and Compiled Data on Casualties of the American Expeditionary Forces by Division, 1917 - 1919 in the Records of the Adjutant General's Office, 1917 - 1985 (Record Group 407) that include the names of the dead from each division of the AEF. Additionally, we located Records of Divisions, ca. 1918 - 1942 in Record Group 120 which includes records of the 35th Division that may contain records regarding casualties. These records are not available online. For more information, please contact the National Archives at College Park - Textual Reference (RDT2) via email at Archives2reference@nara.gov.
Should you be interested in researching specific casualties, burial case files for 1915 to 1939 are in the custody of the National Archives at St. Louis (RL-SL). For information about these records, please contact RL-SL via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Also, you may be interested in the publication Soldiers of the Great War that is the compiled list of US Army casualties for World War I. This book has been digitized and is available online using HathiTrust. However, the publication is not arranged by unit nor does it indicate unit. Entries are arranged alphabetically by the State from which the soldier served. Within each State, the entries are arranged under type of casualty: Killed in Action, Died of Disease, Died of Wounds, and Died of Accident. Under each type of casualty, the entries are arranged according to rank: commissioned officers, non-commissioned officers, miscellaneous ranks, and privates. The entries include only the names of the casualties and their hometowns. For some of the soldiers, it also includes photographs.
We hope this is helpful. Best of luck with your research!