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MRS GRIGGS’ DEATH AT OMEO – CHERCHE LA FEMME!

MRS GRIGGS' DEATH AT OMEO  - CHERCHE LA FEMME!

 FOR  PART ONE OF THIS STORY, CLICK HERE. When the  Methodist minister’s young wife died unexpectedly at Omeo on January 3rd 1928, shock was quickly followed by disquiet. Locals reflected  on  (and gossiped about)  the Rev. Griggs’ ‘friendship’ with  Lotti Condon, the  pretty young daughter of  a wealthy grazier.

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THE DEATH OF RAILTON BORN ETHEL GRIGGS AT OMEO

THE DEATH OF RAILTON BORN ETHEL GRIGGS AT OMEO

In the early 1900s,  life for Albert and Annie White  of rural Railton in northern Tasmania revolved around their local Methodist church. Their children  regularly sang and recited at church functions.   The eldest  daughter, Ethel, became a teacher, posted to various small country schools in the area.    She was much

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