1814 – 52nd – 1st Bn 52nd proceeded from Castel Sarrasin (France) to Bordeaux, whence on the 17th embarked for England.
1859 – 52nd - Burning of the Eastern Monarch; detachment of the 52nd on board.
1907 – 2nd Bn Oxf LI – Colonel Wrigley (D.A.G Equipment and Ordnance Stores) and the inventor arrived to fit on the new equipment (Mills-Burrowe).
1918 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – SAULTY.
Day for the celebration of the Birthday of His Majesty The King.
1918 –1/1stBuckinghamshire Battalion – MTE BRUSABO to ASIAGO PLATEAU.
Bn marched off at 12.30pm to relieve 1/4 GLOSTERS in Right Subsection of Right Brigade front.
Bn marched via MTE CARRIOLA and HANDLEY CROSS.
Relief complete by 4.15pm.
Dispositions as follows:-
Bn Front from H.50.34 to H.38.38
Coys in the Line:-
B Coy Right H.50.31 – RONCALTO RD
A Coy Centre RONCALTO RD – H.44.37
D Coy Left H.44.37 – H.38.38
C Coy Reserve
1 Platoon H.46.36
1 Platoon H.415.340
2 Platoon H.44.32
Bn HQ H.4.5.32
B and A Coys each with 1 Platoon on Outpost by day on hill H.44.41 - H.48.42
By Night Outpost line reinforced by 1 Platoon D Coy.
Line held :- PESAVENTI STN – GHELPACK VALLEY – H.48.46 with patrol covering HILL 1002.
Patrols were sent out during the night by A and D Coys, B Coys patrol encountered enemy in VAISTER but were not strong enough to attack.
D Coy proceeded up railway line to CANOVE returning by Main Road, No enemy encountered.
2nd LIEUTs McCRACKEN and BOCKING proceeded on Italian Leave.
Ration Strength: 31 Officers 729 OR Casualties: 2 OR.
1918 - 1/4th Bn Oxf & Bucks LI - To Support Line (MT. LEMERLE).
1940 - 7th Bn Oxf & Bucks LI formed as 50th Bn Oxf & Bucks LI