Remember this old thread?
Well I've just found a report of another former Bladnoch Distillery employee who served in WW1 and joined the Home Guard in WW2:
Wigtownshire Free Press (29/7/1943): A prominent figure in the Wigtown district has been removed by the death of Major Robert Douglas, Bladnoch, who was buried with military honours on Wednesday. Coming from the North of Scotland to Bladnoch some 30 years ago he was employed at the distillery. On the outbreak of war he joined the Gordon Highlanders in which he rose to the rank of Sergeant-Major. Previously he had served 16 years with the regiment. He took part in the retreat from Mons, during which he was wounded. For gallant service he was awarded the Military Medal. After the war he took up his old duties in the distillery but, when it closed, he joined the staff at Bladnoch Creamery where he was employed at the time of his death. ... On the formation of the Local Defence Volunteers he immediately joined and was in charge of the Wigtown Company of the Home Guard at the time of his death.