1807 - 52nd - embarked for service in Denmark.
1810 – Light Division - Combat of the Coa, near Almeida.(Peninsula)
1916 –2nd Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – F.27 & 28.
4am – Reconnaissance of part of Front Line by Brigadier General and Commanding Officers.
1916 – 1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – ALBERT
Between midnight & 1am (24th inst) the Germans put a heavy barrage on the captured front line but the majority of the shells went over.
The front line & communicators were intermittently shelled throughout the morning.
At 12 noon the 1/5th GLOUCESTER REGT commenced relieving the BUCKS BN who returned to bivouacs near ALBERT.
Casualties Killed 8 OR
Wounded CAPT E.V.D.BIRCHALL. CAPT O.V.VINEY. LIEUT E.N.C. WOOLERTON – 70 OR
Missing 8 OR
The BUCKS BN received the congratulations of the GOC 145 Inf Bde & GOC 48 Division
1916 - 1/4th Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – Bivouac outside ALBERT.
Coy's moved as relieved to field outside ALBERT, the last party getting in about 2.30 AM
Casualties Capt. BROOKES missing believed Killed. Capt. BLAKE Killed.
The following Officers Wounded Capt. EDMUNDS, 2nd/Lts T.N. HALL G.M. FRIEAKE, E.E. SMITH, F.E. JONES, P.C. LAY, S. SMITH & M. HUTCHINS [5th Middlesex, Attached].
O.R. 40 Killed, 5 Missing, believed Killed, 3 Missing believed wounded, 164 Wounded, 18 Missing, total 230.
Battalion stayed in Bivouacs till after dinner and then returned to huts at BOUZINCOURT via track crossing the ANCRE between ALBERT & AVELUY.
1944 - 2nd (Airborne) Bn, Oxf & Bucks LI – CHATEAU ST COME.
A really fine day at last and a great day for our snipers who got the biggest bag of the season, 'C' Coy hitting 3 certains and 2 possibles and 'D' Coy hitting 6 certainties.
Otherwise it has been a quiet day.