We have several new World War I material for Our Military Heritage! They all present different types of records that may be applicable to your World War I ancestor!  

First, we have Adolph Hannie’s records, contributed by Susan Hannie Goshorn. Hannie was with the 34th Field Artillery and this file includes his July 1918 enlistment record in Decatur, Indiana, order of induction, report of ratings, honorable discharge dated January 1919 and death certificates for Adolph (1969) and his wife Lulu (1984).
 
We also have Walter Siemowski’s World War Bonus File from the Archives of Michigan. Walter was born on 1 June 1893 in Laurium, Houghton County, Michigan, and served with Company I of the 78th Infantry although he never served overseas. Walter died in Detroit in 1965. This document was submitted by Joseph F. Martin of Romeoville, Illinois, and used here with his permission.
 
The last item from World War I is Lawrence Anthony Govansky’s Veterans Census Record. Walter was Windsor, Ontario, in 1898, and enlisted in the U.S. Army at Columbus Barracks, Ohio, on 9 June 1917 although he had been living in Detroit. This document mistakenly identifies his birthplace as Detroit. Originally, he was a private with the 10th Recruiting Company, then moved to Fort Benjamin Harrison in Indiana to be part of the 13th Ambulance Company. He later was part of the 302nd Ambulance Company in Ayer, Massachusetts, and Casual Company 339 at Camp Merritt, New Jersey. He served in France from 20 August 1918 to 10 July 1919. Lawrence was discharged from service at Camp Sherman, Ohio, on 24 July 1919. He changed his name at some time to Lawrence A. Lawrence and died in 1982 in Avon, Michigan. This record was submitted by Joseph F. Martin of Romeoville, Illinois, and used here with his permission.

Take a few minutes to examine these and see if you might locate a similar record for the object of your search!