1857 – 43rd - Green goat's-hair plumes ordered to be worn in head-dress of Officers of 43rd in lieu of the ball-tufts.
1862 – 43rd – Establishment increased by one trained Bandmaster.
1879 – 52nd – The new Regulation Helmet was taken into wear.
1889 – 2nd Bn Oxf LI – Intimation received that the distinction of MYSORE is to be borne on the Colours, for services rendered by the 52nd Regiment in the campaigns in Southern India, 1780-1784 and 1790-1792.
1899 – 1st Bn Oxf LI – The new pattern Badge for the Field Service Caps and Foreign Service Helmets taken into use.
1908 – 1st Buckinghamshire Rifle Volunteers becomes the Buckinghamshire Battalion (TF), Oxfordshire Light Infantry on formation of the Territorial Force.
1908 – 2nd Volunteer Battalion, Oxfordshire Light Infantry – becomes 4th (TF) Bn Oxfordshire Light Infantry on formation of Territorial Force.
1918 - 1st Bn Oxf & Bucks LI - Returned to SAHILYA. (Mesopotamia)
1918 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – VARENNES to ENGELBELMER (Somme France)
According to orders received the night previous, about 11.30PM the Regiment stood to arms at 5AM, this was a precautionary measure in view of an expected German Attack, which did not come.
Later in the day orders were received that the Regiment would go into the line that night, relieving the Left Company of the Composite Battalion in the same area as was handed over on the night March 29/30 to Z Coy, 10th (S) Bn DCLI (Pioneers).
The Regiment marched off at 6PM proceeding in small bodies via Hedauville and Englebelmer.
The relief was affected without incident.
Lt F C L A Lowndes MC was wounded while serving with the Composite Battalion during this day. Also two privates.
1918 –1/1stBuckinghamshire Battalion – BUSIAGO & VECCHIA.
Ration Strength: 40 Officers 803 OR. Casualties: 2 OR to Hospital-Sick.
1918 - 5th (S) Bn Oxf & Bucks LI - By bus to ST. NICHOLAS.(Arras France)
1945- 2nd (Airborne) Bn, Oxf & Bucks LI - NWE Greven
During the day large numbers of disgruntled Flak personnel gave themselves up.
There was no other enemy activity on our front.
2000 - Moved off from woods and made for the bridge over the DORTMUND-EMS canal at 982906. Here the marching troops crossed by the precarious remains of the bridge, which was broken-backed owing to RAF bombing. The transport crossed by an RE bridge further south.
1958 – All ranks of the Regiment (Oxf & Bucks LI) were transferred from the Light Infantry Brigade to the Green Jackets Brigade.
1967 – Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry (TA) – disbanded and reformed as Letter A Company, 4th (Volunteer) Battalion, The Royal Green Jackets &
B (Oxfordshire Rifles) Company, The Oxfordshire Territorials.