James Wilson was responsible for the great raid into Alabama and Georgia in 1864 where 17,000 cavalry brought the war to central Alabama. Forrest was defeated, Selma was captured, Columbus, GA fell, and Wilson reached Macon, GA when Johnston surrendered. Wilson then participated in the capture of Davis in Irwinville, GA. Wilson's men, like Sherman's, were disappointed when Lee surrendered as they thought their ultimate destination was to be Virginia.
Wilson the fighter handled Forrest well and was a major part of Thomas' effort at Nashville. However, I don't want to go crazy with his stats.
4-2-2 at Division, Cavalryman
4-2-2 at Corps, Cavalryman, Plunderer_Pop?