1792 – 52nd – Took part in the Siege of Seringapatam.
1872 – 43rd – Moved to Cork.
1917 –2nd Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – OVILLERS.
Reserve Battalion of Brigade in the Line.
Major C S Baines D.S.O. to Hospital (Trench fever) to 29th Casualty Clearing Station GEZAINCOURT.
The regiment relieved the 24th Royal fusiliers in the Right Subsection; held with very slight alteration as before; very easy relief, completed at 11pm; thus beginning a four days tour of duty which was very free from trouble of any description except that a Heavy Battery which up to the time of handing over had not been located, insisted on shelling the ground all round Number 3a Post (Headquarters Right Company), Numbers 3 and 4 Posts, and the vicinity of Number 8 Post (Headquarters Left Company), repeated attempts to get this stopped failed.
Four very bright moonlit nights enabling movement and visiting of posts to be done very easily.
Attitude of enemy on the whole quiet; some sniping and firing at enemy’s wire by our Lewis Gunners.
1917 – 1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – SUPPORT TRENCHES
Battn in Support Trenches. –
A Quiet Day.
At night the Battn handed over its line to the Bns of 143 INF BDE as follows:-
2 Left Platoons on the SOMME To 1/8 R WARWICKS
2 Right Platoons on the SOMME & SLADEN REDOUBT To 1/7 R WARWICKS
Northern Half of TR IGLAU To 1/7 R WARWICKS
Southern Half of TR IGLAU & BN HQ To 1/5 R WARWICKS
2 Platoons in TR DESIREE To 1/6 R WARWICKS
On completion of relief the Battn moved via BOYAU GUERRIERES to TR SOPHIE approximately in G.30. b&d & North of HERBECOURT-BULLS WOOD – CAPPY road.
B, C & D Coys were in dugouts in and around TR SOPHIE & A Coy were similarly situated in HERBECOURT.
The Bn was in Brigade Reserve to the 145 INF BDE.
1917 – 6th (S) Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – from trenches to CAMP No5, CARNOY.
1918 – 6th (Service) Bn Oxf & Bucks LI - Consequent on reduction of battalions in France, 6th Bn Oxf & Bucks LI disbanded and distributed amongst other battalions.
1945 – 1st Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – North West Europe
The Regiment remained in reserve, moving forward behind the advancing Welshmen.