Claude Ogden Harrington Usborne          
Born September 30th.1872 at Arnprior.
Married November 1909 in Toronto
to Margery daughter of Edmund Courdeny of Toronto.
Killed in action May 2nd.1917 in Taranto, Italy.
Buried Taranto cemetery.
Taranto is a  naval base on the Adriatic sea in southern Italy.

Claude lived in Vancouver, British Columbia.
The hallmarks on a silver tray now owned by Michael (b.1939) indicate that it was made in Sheffield, England in 1907. It must have been bought and engraved for Claude as a wedding present (by his father?) at Jay & Co.of Oxford Street, London. It shows once again the tiger crest and motto of the arms granted in 1568 to the Osborne family who became Dukes of Leeds.

Pax in Bello motto
sketched by 
Michael Usborne
Claude was given the name Ogden from his great grand-father George Seton Ogden. George Ogden was descended from John (the Pilgrim) Ogden who settled in the US around 1640.