1838 - 52nd - disembarked at Barbados (West Indies).
1916 –2nd Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – MAILLY MAILLET.
In billets and on working parties.
1916 – 1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – 26TH AVENUE
Battn in Support Trenches.
The enemy shelled LE SARS & DESTREMONT FARM intermittently throughout the day, also O.G.1 & O.G 2. in M.15.a.c & d.
At 9.30pm relieved the 1/4 OXFORD & BUCKS LI in the Front Line.
The 1/6th GLOSTERS were on our Right & the 47th CANADIANS on our Left.
A & D Coys took over the Left & Right respectively of the Front Line (SCOTLAND TRENCH & CHALK TRENCH).
C & B Coys the Left & Right of the Support Line (O.G.1. & O.G.2.)
Battn HQ were in 26TH AVENUE about M.27.a7.7.
Casualties during Relief were: Killed 3 Wounded 4.
During the Night 2ndLT S WISEMAN took out a patrol of 2 OR and explored the DRY DITCH which he found to be obliterated by Shell Fire (M.9.c & 15.a)
2ndLT J JACK & 2 OR left our lines about M.15.g.9.8. & explored the enemy wire in front of GALLWITZ TRENCH which was found to be abundant.
1916 – 1/4th Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – Moved back to Support Trenches on relief by 1/1st Bucks Bn.