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).
1919 –1st Bn, OXF & BUCKS LI – NORTH RUSSIA.
EN ROUTE TO FRONT.
Capt. F.C. Chandler M.C. R.A.M.C. REJOINED FROM hospital and took over duties of Battalion Medical Officer from Capt. G.E. Spicer, M.C. R.A.M.C. who rejoined 155th Field Ambulance.
1030 - H.Q. A.B.C. Coy’s. & 239 T.M.B. embarked on 15 tugs at SOBORNAYA QUAY. With 14 days rations and 3 blankets per man. Kits by baggage barge.
1230 - Embarkation complete & tugs proceed up stream.
Stopped about 25 verts N of UST PINEGA.
Berthed at the bank and bivouaced ashore for the night. 2100 hrs.
D Coy was left behind at Archangel owing to shortage of transport and took over Olga barracks after the regiment left.
1940 - 7th Bn Oxf & Bucks LI formed as 50th Bn Oxf & Bucks LI