Don't know if you are the same person who posted that inquiry.
Anyway, here is the information I provided . . .
"Following is a listing in the First Battalion, Company C, 335th Infantry section of the 84th Infantry Division roster: WeiIs, John T., Pvt, PH R.A., Glens Falls. N. Y. (KIA I.19.45). If this is your grandfather, he would have been killed in action during the Allied counterattack in the Ardennes (Battle of the Bulge) that began on January 3, 1945. On January 19, per the 335th Infantry after-action report, the First Battalion was involved in offensive combat operations in the vicinity of Storpigny, Belgium. At 0430 that morning the battalion launched an offensive from its overnight positions at Baclain, Belgium. Storpigny, its first objective, was taken by Company C "without opposition" at 0930. Subsequently, Company B ran into significant tank and artillery fire in their area of operations. There is no information in the report that would give any indication of the type of battle action or enemy fire that was occurring in reference to Company C when Private Wells was killed. The after-action reports are not always accurate enough to make such determinations. This is all the information I have. Thank you for your inquiry."
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