1875 - 43rd - furnished a Guard of Honour to H.R.H. The Prince of Wales, during his tour in Southern India.
1910 – 2nd Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – Intimation received by Army Order 218 of 1910 that His Majesty the King approved of the distinction PYRENEES being borne on the Colours of the Regiment.
1918 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – SENY to HARZE.
The Regiment marched to HARZE passing the Regimental Starting Point at 08.25 hrs, in order; B, A, D, C Coys. For marching HeadQuarters were divided for the first time into three platoons, marching respectively with B, C, D Coys, and reforming at the last halton the line of march so as to enter billets as a complete company.
For teas on the march these platoons were to be issued from the Coys to which they were attached, the Band and Buglers and Transport personnel when present, drawing tea from A Coy cooker.
The route was via WARZEE – OUFFET – COMBLAIN FAIRON – COMBLAIN LA TOUR – XHORIS. There was a halt of three quarters of an hour for teas at 11.15hrs during which time all chargers, cooker and water cart horses were watered. The Transport moved separately under Brigade arrangements, followed by a slow party. It was very late in reaching HARZE, the greater portion being delayed by a column moving on a road crossing the Brigade route at right angles.
Billets were reached about 15.15hrs and were found to be bad and close. A great many of the men had to sleep on stone floors. A & D Coys were billeted a mile away PAVILLON CHAMPS. One OR fell out on the march.
1918 –1/1stBuckinghamshire Battalion – MAGLIO.
Ration Strength: 21 Officers 651 OR. Casualties: 1 OR to Hospital.