1881 – 52nd – moved from Chatham via Portsmouth to Ireland.
1887 – 43rd – The old Colours of the 43rd deposited in Monmouth Parish Church.
1918 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – RUMILLY.
Capt CWH Baillie to ENGLAND on leave, subsequently extended to 22.11.18. to complete one month.
Capt JB Slade-Baker to ENGLAND with a view to probable transfer to the Indian Army. Notification was subsequently received that this officer had been accepted and was to be Struck Off the Strength of the Regiment in the Field.
The Regiment marched to CARNIERS in the afternoon, route via SERANVILLERS – WAMBAIX – ESTOURMEL.
Transport less cookers, watercarts and Officers Mess Cart , which followed the Regiment, moved by another route, avoiding cross-country roads. The billets which the Regiment reached in the dark, were as regards structure and furniture better than any the Regiment had occupied for some time, the majority of houses being untouched by shelling, but they had been left very dirty.
At 20.15 orders were received that from 07.00 tomorrow, 20th, the Regiment would be at two hours notice, and would be prepared to move to ST. HILAIRE in view of the advance of the 3rd Army on LE QUESNOY being continued.
1918 –1/1stBuckinghamshire Battalion – RIGHT SECTOR RIGHT BRIGADE (S.SISTO).
Ration Strength: 20 Officers 592 OR. Casualties: 3 OR Hospital – sick.