1066 – Battle of Hastings
1810 – Light Division – occupying a portion of the lines of Torres Vedras.(PENINSULA)
1914 - 8th Bn Oxf & Bucks LI formed at Oxford and proceeded to Codford St' Mary'
1917 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – MARLES-LES-MINES.
The brigade (i.e inter Regimental) Stage of the 2nd Division Fire Unit Commanders and Marksmens Competition was fired, with the result that in the Total (Lewis Gun and other Competitions the Regiment was 2nd (1002 Points) to 17th Royal Fusiliers (1090 Points); 24th Royal Fusiliers were Third with 928 Points and 2nd Highland Light Infantry fourth with 694 Points.
During the period 9-31 except as shown the Regiment carried out training and route marching, principally of the elementary kind, by not larger units than companies except on 9th when a Regimental Outpost Exercise was carried out, and on 22nd when a Brigade Attack Practice took place.
Regimental Classes of Instruction were kept working and Bombers, Lewis Gunners, Stretcher Bearers and Signallers brought up to strength and kept in practice.
2/Lt J W BENNETT joined and was posted to C Coy.
90th Reinforcement, 33 Rank and File joined.
1917–1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion - ROAD CAMP ST JAN TER BIEZEN.
All Companies Resting.
CAPT E.N.C.WOOLERTON rejoined Battn from England taking over command of B Company.
The battn marched out of camp at 10.50pm to march to HOPOUTRE for entraining.
Ration Strength 29 Officers 844 OR.
1917 – 1/4th (TF) Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – By road & rail to LIGNY-ST FLOCHEI & CAUCOURT.
1917 – 5th (S) Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – Moved back to RIDGE WOOD (Ypres)
1955 – 1st Bn Oxf & Bucks LI (43rd & 52nd) - Bicentenary Parade in commemoration of the raising of the 52nd Light Infantry. Old Colours of the 52nd trooped.