1838 – 52nd – embarked at Gibraltar for Barbados, West Indies. After a stay of 2 years.
1887 - 1st Bn Oxf LI - New Colours presented to by Lady Aberdare (daughter of Sir W. Napier) at Shorncliffe
1917 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – MARLES-LES-MINES.
Major General H R DAVIES CB Commanding 11th Division erected a memorial (inscribed as below) on the site of the graves of a number of all ranks of the regiment who were killed in the Attack made on Oct 21st 1914 at (Map Reference-POELACPELLE Sheet) U.30.d.40.55. on the St JULIEN – POELCAPELLE ROAD close to the junction of the German LANGEMARCK – CHELUDT Line of Trenches with the main road, 10 yards from the trench and 15 yards from the Road, North of the Junction. (The drawing by Maj Gen Davies is preserved with the Regimental Office Copy of this Diary). “In Memory of 5 Officers 70 NCOs and Men 52nd Light Infantry, Killed in Action 21-23 Oct 1914, some of whom are buried near this spot.”
1917–1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion - DAMBRE CAMP (B27C).
All Coys resting.
Ration Strength 530 OR 25 Officers.
1917 – 1/4th (TF) Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – To ST JANS-TER-BIEZEN (Ypres)
1917 – 5th (S) Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – To BEDFORD HOUSE (Ypres)