1835 - 43rd - left England for New Brunswick, North America.
1917 - 5th/6th JUNE 1917 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – ROCLINCOURT.
The Regiment moved to the Support Position of the RT (99th Infantry) Brigade Headquarters being at the Railway Tunnel and the Companies from Right to Left:
A Coy in Railway Embankment just South of Tunnel.
B Coy astride the Arleux Sugar Factory Tunnel Road (Headquarters in Old Brigade Battle Headquarters in Sunken Road).
C – D Coys thence to South end of LONG WOOD.
Working parties 200 men per night were furnished.
1917 – 1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – IN RESERVE and in OUTPOST LINE.
Battn in the Line – Very Fine, Visibility Good.
Further reconnaissance made by 2LT FAWCITT & 2 OR of the Post located last night with a view to an attack being made on it.
Ration Strength: 22 Officers 601 OR.
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