1809 -1st Bn.43rd and 2nd Bn. 52nd - landed in England from Vigo.
1916 – 2nd Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – FESTUBERT (C1).
24th Royal Fusiliers on Left in C.2.
A regt (1st Herts) of 6th Brigade on our Right.
2 Companies each found 2 Platoons to furnish garrisons for Islands 1-16 which at present forms front line.
Remainder of these companies in Billets in FESTUBERT VILLAGE.
Headquarters and 2 companies occupy breastworks of “Old British Line”.
Garrisons of Islands relieved every 24 hours.
Very quiet period.
1916 – 1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – COUIN
10PM. Battalion Relieved by 1/7 WORCESTERS in Trenches.
Major L C HAWKINS assumed command at night Vice LT COL C P DOIG DSO injured by fall from horse on way back to Billets.
1925 – 1st Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – The Regiment left Shorncliffe and moved to Cologne (BAOR). Strength 20 Officers, 6 Warrant Officers and 497 Other Ranks.