Captain Enos Lamb, 1871. From 1866 has lived in Arkansas. Conducted mercantile business at Grand Glaize, Olyphant and Elmo.
Also a plantation of 4,000 acres in the Oil Trough Valley, Upper White River. Retired. Officer Arkansas National Guard many years, retiring with rank of major general. Colonel 2d Arkansas Infantry during Spanish-American War.
Served in 2d Brigade, 2d Division, 3d and 4th Corps and 1st Separate Brigade, 2d Corps, commanding at frequent intervals as senior colonel each these brigades and was for ten days in command of all the United States troops stationed at Camp Shipp, Anniston, Alabama. Mustered out with regiment, February 25, 1899. Commander Tom Hindman Camp 318, U.C.V., Newport, Arkansas, many years.
Also adjutant general and chief of staff Arkansas Division U.C.V. Major general 2 years. Was major general commanding 3d Division Forrest’s Cavalry Corps, U.C.V.
Now Lieutenant general commanding Trans-Mississippi Department U.C.V. Trustee University of Ark 6 years. Was member State Board Confed. Pensions; member board of managers endowment fund Hendrix College, Conway, Arkansas.
President Arkansas History Society. President trustees Confed. Veterinary Public Company, Nashville, Tennessee, official organ U.C.V. Home: Batesville, Ark.