1748 - 43rd - (originally 54th) re-numbered 43rd.
1777 – 52nd – at the capture of Fort Constitution (America).
1813 – Light Division - Passage of the Bidassoa.
1916 - 6th Bn Oxf & Bucks LI - engaged Battle of the Transloy (Somme);
Casualties = 13 Officers and 230 men.
1918 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – LOCK 7.
B & C Coys bathed, remaining Coys at the disposal of their own officers.
The area occupied by the Regiment was shelled during the day with High Velocity and Gas shells. Two men wounded.
The following Officers of the Territorial Battalions of the Regiment joined for duty:-
Lt A N Hunt, Lt R G P Howie, 2Lt E J McAnsh and 2Lt A R Price, posted respectively to D, C, A & B Coys.
1918 –1/1stBuckinghamshire Battalion – BDE RESERVE JUNIPER & JARGON TRENCHES (MAIN LINE).
Bn relieved 1/4 OXFORDS in Right Sector.
Relief complete by 9am.
C Coy Right Front – D Coy Left Front – Each Coy 3 Platoons in Front Line – 1 Platoon in Reserve.
B Coy in Support, holding FULFORD, HULL & LEEDS REDOUBTS.
A Coy in Reserve holding Picquet Line of 2 Platoons (6 Posts) going out at Dusk & returning at Dawn.
LT COL REYNOLDS resumed Command of the Battalion.
Casualties: 1 OR Killed 2 OR Wounded (shell in No1 Post Picquet Line)
Ration Strength: 21 Officers 593 OR.
1928 – 2nd Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – (India) – Consequent upon the amendment to Infantry Training Vol 1, 1926, dropping the use of the word “Attention” for Light Infantry, a new drill procedure was issued dealing with this subject and provisional to a definite ruling being arrived at in conjunction with the Officers Commanding the 43rd and Depot.