"1910 Fire Fighters breakfast scene at fire fighting camp.
'Chow line at fire camp'. Cooking breakfast.
Man in the apron is Pat Grogan, leader of the men who burned on Storm Creek."
Note - This scene is at Avery before the crew headed out for Storm Creek.  
Museum of North Idaho Photo.

 

    Coeur d'Alene National Forest Supervisor William G. Weigle in a report on June 24,  1911,  to the regional forester at Missoula,  had these notations about Patrick  Grogan:

        8. Patrick Grogan.

    Address Butte, Montana. Body shipped to Butte, Montana, to his daughter, Mrs. Dolan, Hotel Reilly, 222 Dearborn St., Butte, Montana.
        Time
        Aug. 6 - 12 hours
                7 - 11
                8 - 16
                9 - 11
                10 - 11
                11 - 12
                12 - 12
                13 - 11
                14 - 12
                15 - 12
                16 - 24
                17 - 13
                18 - 13
                19 - 12
                20 - 24
                      206 hours, $51.50 amount due.

        Mrs. Dolan and Mrs. Kline, daughters of Patrick Grogan, deceased, were paid $51.50 on account of services of their father.



    Peter (Pat) Grogan was buried in the St. Patrick's Cemetery at Butte,  Montana.  He's buried in Block 372,  Lot 4.

 

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