1885 – 43rd - Commencement of cholera epidemic in the 43rd at Quetta, which in a few months decimated the Regiment.
1917 - 4th/5th JUNE 1917 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – ROCLINCOURT.
A working party of 200 men was found for the forward area C and D Coys being used.
Several Bombs dropped near the Camp.
1917 – 1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – IN RESERVE and in OUTPOST LINE.
Battn in the Line – The day passed quietly.
An attempt was made at 12mm to locate & capture an enemy post reported at K26a92 3.5. The patrol located the post, who opened fire on the patrol. Salvoes of Rifle Grenades were also fired on them from the other side of the bank. Owing to enemy being in greater strength than expected, the Officer I/C of the party (2nd LT O’B RIGDEN) decided to withdraw.
Ration Strength: 22 Officers 603 OR.
Casualties: 2 OR Wounded.