1835 - 43rd - left England for New Brunswick, North America.
1916 –2nd Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – COUY-SERVINS.
Work continued. Enemy very quiet but little shelling, practically no trench mortaring and no mining. As much progress as possible is being made with wire and deep dugouts, but the latter are much hampered by lack, and difficulty of getting up material.
10pm-Captain A N Carew-Hunt was mortally wounded while getting out of the International Avenue Saphead with a wiring party before it was quite dark, and died in a few minutes.
On this day the following Officers joined for Duty:-
2nd Lt N W HILL (A Coy)
2nd Lt T A IONIDES (D Coy)
Lt R M BARNES rejoined for Duty from Number 2 Infantry Base Depot having been relieved by 2nd Lt PEPLOE.
1916 – 1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – AGENVILLERS
Battalion in Billets.
Field Training under the supervision of the Brigadier with the 1/4OXFORD & BUCKS LI.
1944 – 2nd (Airborne) Bn Oxf & Bucks LI
At 2256 hrs. on the 5th June (D minus 1) the six gliders carrying the coup-de-main party of Letter D Company and two platoons of Letter B Company with attached Royal Engineers and other attached personnel took off from RAF Tarrant Rushton and crossed the Channel in company with an enormous fleet of heavy bombers on one of their usual raids.
1944 – 1st Buckinghamshire Bn - leaves marshalling camps and embarks at Southsea and Gosport