1759 - 43rd - Quebec surrendered - 43rd formed part of the garrison of occupation.
1915 – 2nd Bn Oxf & Bucks LI -TO BILLETS AT LE QUESNOY
IN the afternoon the Brigade again moved into B area. The Regiment marching to LE QUESNOY to billets there. Distance about 3 miles.
1915– 1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – COUIN
Relieved 6/GLOSTERS in Trenches at 5pm. – K Sector.
A Coy Left Subsector.
C Coy Right Subsector.
D Coy Support FONQUEVILLERS Road.
B Coy in KEEP.
2 Coys 13/MANCHESTERS attached, one Company in as complete Company in place of C Coy.
One Coy in KEEP.
1944 – 1st Airborne Divisional Defence Platoon incorporating members of 2nd (AB) Bn Oxf & Bucks LI flew to ARNHEM.
Also serving with the Division were former Officers and Other Ranks of the r
Brigadier Lathbury (43rd) 1 Para Brigade
Major Haig (52nd) Div Provost
Major Wallis (4th Bn) 2IC 2Para Bn
Major Tatham Warter (52nd) OC A Coy 2Para Bn
Captain Moy-Thomas (52nd) Staff Captain 1 Airlanding Brigade
Captain Robson (52nd) Div GSO3
Captain Blatch (Bucks) Glider Pilot Regiment
Lieutenant Grayburn (43rd) A Coy 2Para Bn who was to win the Victoria Cross.
Lieutenant Eastwood (52nd) 21st Independent Parachute Company