1811 – 43rd and 52nd - Skirmish at Pombal (Peninsula).
1858 - 52nd - Captain W. R. Moorsom, killed at Lucknow.(India)
1918 - 1st Bn. Oxf & Bucks LI - To SAHILYA. (Meopotamia)
1918 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – METZ-EN-COUTURE. (France)
The regiment was relieved by 2nd Bn Highland Light Infantry from reserve, on relief the regiment proceeded to take over the area of the Support Battalion.
IC D Coy (Capt W T Barnes DSO) at disposal of front line battalion (2HLI) in Wood Trench and Wood Support East of Orchid Avenue.
C Coy (Capt P A Bobby) in Wood Trench and Wood Support West of Orchid Avenue.
B Coy (Capt G Keld MC) occupying Highland Trench by day, but standing to arms in a battle position in the east part of Diarmid Trench.
A Coy (Capt L Fullbrook-Leggatt MC temp 2Lt C E Cope and later Lt H L Ellam) in a scattered position about Loughborough Lane, but standing to arms in a battle position in the West part of Diarmid Trench.
Headquarters, Village Support Trench.
Casualties: Wounded = 1 gas.
1918 –1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion - BAVARIA. (Italy)
A Coy practised Hill Fighting during the Morning.
CO and 4 Coy Commanders attended Tactical Exercise under GOC 145 INF BDE for a scheme for supporting Left Front Battalion.
Brigade conference at Bn HQ during the Afternoon.
Officers from Transport lines rejoined and others were sent down in their place.
Battalion relieved 1/5 GLOSTERS in Front Line (NERVESA) in the evening.
Relief complete 9.30pm.
Dispositions as at beginning of previous tour.
Our Artillery active during the Night.
Ration Strength: 36 Officers 796 OR.
To Hospital Sick: NIL
1918 - 5th Bn. Oxf & Bucks LI - Moved up into the line.