"Sudden Death.—On Monday night, Nov. 10th, about nine o'clock, a labouring man, named Walter Osborne, thirty-one years of age, residing at No. 2, New Buildings, died suddenly in his house. He leaves widow and five children. Deceased was in the act of when he his hand against bis side, and called out his wife " Oh ! Liz," " I Liz, " and fell to tbe floor and died.
On Thursday, Nov 15, inquest was held on the body of the deceased at No. 2, New Buildings, by Mr. Louch, deputy-coroner, and a jury of whom Mr. 0. Harding was foreman, when evidence was adduced in accordance with the above facts by Dr. Walter, Elizabeth Osborne, the widow of the deceased, and Harriet Young. The Coroner summed up, and the jury returned verdict of " Died from natural causes, probably heart disease." The jury gave their fees to the widow. The deceased served some years in the 13th Somerset Light Infantry, a year and a-half of which was in South Africa during the Zulu War, for which he obtained a medal and clasp."
Western Gazette - Friday 21 November 1890
Duttons p 228 shows 36/1411 Osborne W 1878-9 clasp