February 8, 2013
FLINT HILL FERGUSON WARREN SOCIETY Jerry you have it in one, an immense personality. He married my Grandmother in the 1940's and my memories of him when he came over every summer are as etched into my psyche as those of his pupils. He used to fly over and return in style on the United States liner. I remember the day he gave me the original hand written transcript of his life in the Burma camps, I was just 14 years old and I couldn't put it down till I finished it and all the original pencil drawings of the POW's. His dagger was always pride of place on the mantle piece and it told a story every time I touched it. I still live in Lymington Hampshire UK where he spent his final years with us.
If you or any others want to make contact do feel free to do so. You can contact me on FergusonWarren@ugcm.com
Kindest wishes from Great Britain
Marc and Family
In response to:
Regimental dagger of Col. Alan Ferguson-Warren presented to school
“When you were around Colonel Warren, you got the feeling that you were in the presence of an immense personality and huge moral authority. . . . We all knew there was something extraordinary about this man.” — Jerry Jasper, president, Ferguson-Warren Society, Flint Hill School