Dr. William Dillard Denson, a Warren native, recently completed his book, "The Life and Times of Reverend N.C. Denson."

Dr. William Dillard Denson, a Warren native, recently completed his book, "The Life and Times of Reverend N.C. Denson."


The book is about Denson’s great-grandfather, who served four years in the 3rd Arkansas Infantry under the leadership of General Robert E. Lee, ending in the surrender at Appomattox. Denson said his information for the book came from N.C. Denson’s memoirs of the antebellum south in Southeast Arkansas, as well as, his grandfather’s personal diary and documentation outlining N.C. Denson’s 50 years of service in the Baptist ministry.


William Denson graduated from high school at Warren in 1968. He began medical school in 1972 at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Medicine and graduated in 1976. He completed a residency in adult neurology and psychiatry in 1980 and entered into private practice in adult neurology in 1980 at North Little Rock.


In October 1996, Denson retired after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Since retiring, he has served on the Governor’s Board for People with Disabilities. He has also given much time working as a volunteer with the materials project for the Clinton Library.


Denson’s book is available at www.amazon.com.