1803 - 52nd - joined Sir john Moore's Brigade at Shorncliffe camp.
1857 – 52nd - Mutiny of native troops at Sealkote – the 52nd had left this station on 20th May to join the Punjab Field Force and all its property at Sealkote was now looted or destroyed.
1916 –2nd Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – VILLERS-AU-BOIS
8.30pm – (Sunday) Mine went up (put up by enemy) beneath Football Crater.
Our lip thereof being thereby damaged.
At 11pm the Regiment relieved 17th Royal Fusiliers.
Regimental Headquarters was established in a new place i.e REVU TERRACE SOUTH, it having been considered advisable to vacate HOLLOWAY altogether.
We had been working on this for the previous two days and very good work had been done by our Sapping Platoon under Captain Rawson.
D and C Companies were on their old places in the Right and Centre respectively.
B Company on Left and A Company in Support in Quarry.
2nd Lieutenant Bobby being required for temporary duty at Brigade Headquarters Lieutenant Harrison was brought up as Grenade Officer in his place.
1916 – 1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – HEBUTERNE
Battalion in Trenches.
Very wet and in many places flooded owing to continuous rain – Hostile artillery quiet.
1944 - 2nd (Airborne) Bn, Oxf & Bucks LI – CHATEAU ST COME.
Another quiet day. Our recce patrols last night confirmed further of enemy posns on our front. The mortars ranged on their D.F. tasks and carried a certain amount of counter-mortar fire. One of 'D' Coy snipers claims to have hit one of the enemy.
1956 – 1st Bn Oxf & Bucks LI (43rd & 52nd) -The Regiment left Osnabruck for England after a stay of almost exactly 3 years.