1809 - 43rd - marched from Colchester to Harwich en route for Portugal.
1917 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – LES QUATRE VENTS.
5th Infantry Brigade relieved 15th Infantry Brigade in the Left Brigade Section of the 2nd Divisional front (L.3 and L.4 Battalions).
The Regiment took over from 16th (S) Bn the Royal Warwickshire Regiment the position of Support Battalion in the Red (or Corps) Line in front (east) of WILLERVAL.
1917 – 1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – RESERVE LINE & OUTPOST LINE (57cNE).
Reserve Line – A very quiet day. Situation Very Normal. Company Commanders reconnoitred the RIGHT BATTN front line held by 1/4th OXFORD and BUCKS with a view to taking over at night.
The battalion relieved the 1/4th OXFORD and BUCKS moving from their present positions at about 9.30 by platoons.
Dispositions as follows:-
D COY RIGHT Subsector from J36 b 8.4 incl to K26a9.2 excl with Coy HQ at J36 b 8.4
B COY CENTRE Subsector from K26 a 9.2 incl to K19 c 7.1 excl with Coy HQ at K25 b 5.6
C COY LEFT Subsector from K19 a 7.1 incl to K14c 3 9 excl with Coy HQ at K19a 8.2
Battn HQ at K29 b 5.6
The relief was carried out without interruption all Coys completing relief by midnight.
CAPTAIN G CROUCH joined from the 4th RES BATTN OXFORD & BUCKS.
Weather: Fine and Warm.
Ration Strength 21 Officers 580 OR.