CUMBERLAND - Bernard W. Doughty, 95, of Chebeague Island died Sunday at a Yarmouth nursing home.
He was born on Chebeague Island, a son of George and Lillian Wallace Doughty, and attended local schools.
During World War II, Mr. Doughty worked at Fort McKinley, Fort Washington and the Naval Fuel Annex on Long Island.
Mr. Doughty was a self-employed fisherman for most of his life. He had also worked for a time at Maine Line Fence.
Surviving are two sons, Neil and Lynwood, both of Portland; two stepsons, Warren and Robert Brayley, both of Long Island; three daughters, Janet Rich of Portland, Lynette Doughty of Dover, N.H., and Ethelyn Sullivan of Chebeague Island, with whom he lived; eight grandchildren and several great-grandchildren.
There will be no visiting hours. A funeral will be held at 2;30 p.m. Wednesday at the United Methodist Church of Chebeague Island with Sharon Marr officiating. Spring burial will be in Chebeague Island Cemetery. Arrangements are by the Hay and Peabody Funeral Home, Portland.
(Copied from the Portland Press Herald, December 9, 1997 )