1815 -1st Bn. 52nd - left Plymouth for the Waterloo campaign.
1917 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – GEZAINCOURT- LIGNY-SUR-CANCHE.
Regiment moved to LIGNY-SUR-CANCHE.
1917 – 1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – TINCOURT. Ref: 62.C.N.E 1/20,000
Outpost Line. –
Bn moved at 9am to take over Outpost Line from 1/4 OXFORDS.
HQrs at HAMEL + B Company. D & C Coys holding ROISEL, A Coy holding line K3 central to K.10.d.1.2 with Coy HQrs at MARQUAIX.
At 5.30pm 5th CAVALRY DIV attacked & captured VILLERS-FAUCON, SAULCOURT and GUYENCOURT.
At 7pm line covering ROISEL was handed over to 2/4th LINCOLNS (59th Div) and our Right boundary became COLOGNE RIVER. D Coy were withdrawn to MARQUAIX, & C Coy to HAMEL.
At 9.30pm B Coy moved up to VILLERS-FAUCON to assist the cavalry who were holding the edge of the village and Southwards along road to K4.b.3.3
A Coy moved up a Lewis Gun to protect flank of cavalry.
Ration Strength Officers 21 OR 638
1945 - 2nd (AB) Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – BRAMBERGHOF.(North West Europe)
All day at BRAMBERGHOF. Strength of coy's, several more glider loads having turned up, in addition to transport parties is as follows:- "A" 4 & 76 "B" 2 & 62 "C" 3 & 67 "D" 3 & 76 "S" 6 & 96. The day gave an opportunity for a bit of rest & maintenance. In the afternoon the Cameronians arrived once more to take over from us. We had to remain at an hours notice to move, but owing to the crowding of the roads, the move was repeatedly postponed.