1748 - 43rd - (originally 54th) re-numbered 43rd.
1777 – 52nd – at the capture of Fort Constitution (America).
1813 – Light Division - Passage of the Bidassoa.
1916 –2nd Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – In Trenches
Quiet. Mainly remarkable for the great number of reconnoitring officers Staff, and of all units and arms who came up during the day.
1916 – 1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – Trenches at HEBUTERNE
Battn in Trenches. –
The 48th Divisional Artillery commenced cutting the wire in front of trench FIRM.
At about 6pm the two front line Companys were relieved by 1/4 GLOSTERS-
A & C Coys remained in HEBUTERNE to supply R.E. Working Parties.
Bn HQ & B & D Coys marched to Huts in SOUASTRE.
1916 - 6th Bn Oxf & Bucks LI - engaged Battle of the Transloy (Somme);
Casualties = 13 Officers and 230 men.
1928 – 2nd Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – (India) – Consequent upon the amendment to Infantry Training Vol 1, 1926, dropping the use of the word “Attention” for Light Infantry, a new drill procedure was issued dealing with this subject and provisional to a definite ruling being arrived at in conjunction with the Officers Commanding the 43rd and Depot.