I must have been counting the snow flakes here in Fort Worth when your post came through, or else just overlooked it.
I can spot the location you seek pretty close.
Stanton's WORLD WAR II ORDER OF BATTLE indicates that the 134th Infantry Regiment entered the Lorey Bridgehead near Nancy 15 Sep 44 and re-took Agincourt in hard fighting 21 Sep 44. The division then cleared the Bois de Faulk.
So it appears that he was wounded just after Agincourt.
The 35th. Infantry Division included three Infantry Regiments (134th,137th,360th), four artillery battalions(127th,161st,216th,219th) and other elements
The 35th. entered combat 11 July 44. In less than a year (264 days) of line time, it experienced an estimated 180% casualties, , 3,485 killed in action, 11,526 wounded and 462 died from wounds.
Feel free to contact me if you seek more insight into this unit.