I'm trying to build a display of my great-grandfather's medals/badges from WW1. Unfortunately his records were destroyed in a fire at the archives. Family history (foggy memory of my great-aunts) says that he served in Lorraine, France, an unverified genealogy note states that he was overseas from September 1918 to June 1919, and his helmet from the war has his name (Frank Simon) and "355th Bakery". He was a baker by trade before and after the war.



I know he would be eligible for the WW1 Victory Medal, and at the very least the "France" clasp. Also, he would have earned the gold overseas chevron.

Does anybody know where the 355th Bakery served? What unit it was attached to/SSI badge? Was it eligible for the "Defensive Sector" clasp?

Any help would be greatly appreciated!