1841 – 52nd - Percussion fire-locks issued to the 52nd in place of flintlocks
1857- 52nd - First news of Mutiny at Delhi reached the 52nd at Sealkote.
1907 – 1st Bn Oxf LI – A new pattern Regimental Badge on the khaki helmet was taken into wear consisting of a diamond shaped piece of scarlet cloth with a bugle and the word “OXFORD” worked on it in white worsted.
1917 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – CAMBLAIN CHATELAIN
Sunday. In the unavoidable absence of the Right Reverend Bishop Gwynne, C.M.G, D.D. Deputy Chaplain General, the morning Parade Service (CofE) was taken by the reverend H W Blackburne, M.C., M.A., Assistant Chaplain General, 1st Army who remained to spend the day with the Regiment.
1917 – 1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – LE TRANSLOY.
Battn On Move – Battn & Transport moved into 15th Corps area (FITH ARMY) from B.I.D. to LE TRANSLOY.
Route FREGICOURT – SAILLY SAILLISEL – LE TRANSLOY.
Battn moved by Companies at 200 interval.
Starting Point Cross Roads T.30.A.
Order of March A B C D, head of column passing point at 6AM.
Arrived in Camp at LE TRANSLOY about 9AM.
Battn in Tents.
The Division takes over the Line tomorrow. CO ADJUTANT and COMPANY COMMANDERS are to go and reconnoitre the Line tonight.
Weather: Warm with Showers.
Ration Strength: 24 Officers 593 Ors.
1947 – 1st Bn Oxf & Bucks LI - The Regiment arrives Bristol Barracks, Luneberg, and relieves the 2nd Bn the Devonshire Regiment.