John William DOUGHTY

aka  Jack

( late of ANZAC village, Narrabeen )

New South Wales Police Force

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Stations?, Coolabah,

ServiceFrom  ? ? ?  to  ? ? ? = ? years Service

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Died on? ? 2006 in Manly Waters Private Hospital

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Age81

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https://www.australianpolice.com.au/kenneth-stanley-astill Kenneth Stanley ASTILL aka Ken & Kenny New South Wales Police Force Regd. # 4940 Rank: Probationary Constable - appointed 21 January 1946 Detective Sergeant 1st Class - appointed 6 July 1971 Stations: ?, CIB Drug Squad ( 1950's 60's ), Service: From ? ? pre January 1946 to ? ? ? = ? years Service <blockquote> World War II Australian Imperial Force - Australian Army Regiment: ? Enlisted: 13 August 1942 @ Taree, NSW Service # NX109343 (N246474) Rank: Bombardier Embarkation: ? Next of kin: Stanley ASTILL Religion: ? Single / Married: ? Returned to Australia: ? Date of discharge: 2 January 1946 Posting at discharge: 554 Australian Light Anti Aircraft Battery. POW: No </blockquote> Police Awards: National Medal - granted 16 October 1983 Born: 29 August 1921 - Marrickville, NSW Army records have him born same day / month but in 1920 NSW Police have him born with same day / month but in 9121 Died on: Tuesday 28 June 2016 Cause: ? Age: 94 Funeral date: Tuesday 5 July 2016 @ 2pm Funeral location: the Chapel, Anzac Village, Colooli Road, NARRABEEN Buried at: ? Memorial at: ? Jack Doughty in centre - taken at back of Coolabah Police Station. On left on the seesaw is Bob Doughty, next standing is Alan Doughty and in the middle is Jack Doughty. JACK DOUGHTY WAS ALSO A SERVING NSW POLICE OFFICER. Hi Greg, Thank you very much for letting me know of Ken Astill’s passing. Ken was a friend of the Doughty family, through my uncle Jack Doughty, who for many years was a serving Police Officer at Coolabah. Many years ago when I was a teenager, Ken, Jack, the Doughty brothers and myself, went on many pig shooting expeditions around Coolabah. I am attaching a photograph of Ken taken with my Uncle Bob Doughty and also a photograph of the Doughty family at the back of the Police Station at Coolabah. When Uncle Jack retired be and his

Jack Doughty in centre – taken at back of Coolabah Police Station.
On left on the seesaw is Bob Doughty, next standing is Alan Doughty and in the middle is Jack Doughty.


JACK is NOT mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance
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Email received on 30 June 2016:

Hi Greg,

Thank you very much for letting me know of Ken Astill’s passing.  Ken was a friend of the Doughty family, through my uncle Jack Doughty, who for many years was a serving Police Officer at Coolabah.

Many years ago when I was a teenager, Ken, Jack, the Doughty brothers and myself, went on many pig shooting expeditions around Coolabah. I am attaching a photograph of Ken taken with my Uncle Bob Doughty and also a photograph of the Doughty family at the back of the Police Station at Coolabah.

When Uncle Jack retired be and his wife Joan, lived at the back of Manly Lighting on Pittwater Road in Manly, where Joan worked as the company’s Bookkeeper.

Jack passed away in 2006 in Manly Waters Private Hospital aged 81.

At this time he was living in Narrabeen at the Anzac Village. I know that Jack was still in touch with Ken, while he was living in Manly, I am not sure if Ken was at the Anzac Village at the same time as Jack.

Regards,

Alan Doughty

 

 

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