Mr. Johnston is on the right track as far as the numbers go.
You recall from my prior post, the 116th IR, 29th ID, was on short-term assignment to 1st ID, 17 May/7 June 44, specifically for the invasion across Omaha Beach on 6June 1944, followed by the restof the 29th ID the same day.
That qualfied it for the Normandy Campaign, followed by: Northern France, Rhineland and Central Europe campaigns.
I believe that the awards you list would be inclusive of all of those campaigns, starting with Normandy.
In all, the 29th received 40 DSCs, 856 SSs and 5954 BSs.
The division history does not list a CMH, nor PHs.
However, Stanton's WW II Order of Battle lists 15,541 Wounded in Action, of whom 899 Died from Wounds, so there were a slew of Order of the Purple Hearts earned.
I haven't looked it up, but perhaps 1st ID received a CMH in the time the 116th IR was attached, which would certainly qualify the 116th IR for a share of that award .
According to Dr. Ambrose (CITIZEN SOLDIERS), the 29th ID had 242 days in combat.
Have you read BEDFORD BOYS? It is about this very group of young heroes. Great story.