1814 - 43rd and 52nd - Battle of Orthes.
1900 - 1st Bn Oxf LI - present at the surrender of Cronje and 4,072 Boers at Paardeberg, after 9 days, investment.
1916 – 2nd Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – TRENCHES 2ND DIVISION ANGRES SECTOR. (Sheet 36c Edition 6 and Trench Map 36c S.W.1)
6am. Commanding Officer and Company Commanders to the trenches to reconnoitre line now held by the French Army (18th Division) 3rd Bn, 66th Regiment and 1 Company 77th Regiment.
The 2nd Division are taking over the CALONNE Section on Left with 6th Infantry Brigade further South.
Three battalions are occupying this latter frontage viz:-
24th Royal Fusiliers on Left.
17th Royal Fusiliers in Centre.
The regiment on the Right, frontage (left to right) Sap 10 M 25 b9.6 to M 32 a 1.7.
Companies are disposed as follows:-
3 Companies in Front Line,
Right Company, 3 Platoons in Front Line, 1 in Support.
Centre Company: 2 Platoons in Front Line, 2 Platoons in Support.
Left Company: 2 Platoons in Front Line, 2 Platoons in Support.
The remaining Company in Reserve in trenches METRO CAPOLEPONT about 300 yards from CORONS D’AIX.
At the end of 48 hours this company relieved the Right Company: the other 2 companies remained in front Line all the four days.
On our immediate right the French still remain – 1 Company 77th Regiment later 7th Hussars.
1916 – 1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – HEBUTERNE
10PM. Battalion in Trenches.
Relieved by 4/ROYAL BERKS.
A & B Coys moved to SAILLY.
HQers & C & D Coys to COURCELLES.
Last Coy (D) arrived in Billets 10pm.
1945 - 1st Buckinghamshire Battalion - informed that it was to be a T Force.