1792 – 52nd – Took part in the Siege of Seringapatam.
1872 – 43rd – Moved to Cork.
1918 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – METZ-EN-COUTURE.
The 92nd reinforcement, transfers from the 6th (Service) Battalion of the Regiment, 8 sergeants and 129 rank and file, and the following officers, who were posted to companies as shown : Lieut. T. Walker (D Company) ; Lieut. R. G. Pluckrose, M.C. (B); 2nd Lieut. J. E. Zeron, M.C. (A); 2nd Lieut. R. W. Sawers (A); 2nd Lieut. C. R. Crosley (C); 2nd Lieut. A. C. Bell and 2nd Lieut. C. T. O'Neill (D).
The other ranks included a band, of about 18 performers, and 6 buglers. A few men had served previously in the field with the 52nd were among this draft, which has almost entirely H.Q. and C Company of the 6th Battalion, and contained a large proportion of elderly men and senior N.C.O.'s.
The Regiment was relieved in the trenches by the 23rd Royal Fusiliers of 99th Infantry Brigade, on the reorganization of the Divisional Front, and withdrew to billets in Metz-en-Couture.
1918 –1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion-CASCORBA and VICILIESE.
All unvaccinated in A Coy vaccinated by M.O.
LIEUT FLINT & 2nd LIEUTs CURRAM & COXEN to Hospital Sick.
Ration Strength: 32 Officers 727 OR. Casualties: NIL.
1945 – 1st Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – North West Europe
The Regiment remained in reserve, moving forward behind the advancing Welshmen.