November 22, 1864
Battle of Griswoldville, Georgia: A Federal brigade under Brig. Gen. Charles C. Walcutt advances to assist Kilpatrick’s cavalry being attacked by Wheeler’s gray cavalry. Walcutt drives the Rebels back, but is then counterattacked by three successive brigades of Georgia militia, who suffer heavy casualties. Walcutt digs in and retains his position. The Federals capture nearly 600 Rebels. Union Victory.
Losses: U.S., 100 C.S., 1,100