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Flag Garden at the Van Bunschooten Museum

Second Connecticut Regiment flag used after 1775

Jared Hinkley
Jared Hinkley, Jr.
David Longwell
Daniel Norton

Flag flown at Bunker Hill, in Massachusetts, on June 17, 1776

Samuel Adams
William Aulls
Archibald Burnett
Isreal Chapin
Abner Dodge
Moses Foster
Robert Ledyard
Reuben Martin
Moses Rugg
John Wilmarth
William Winchester

Cowpens or Third Maryland Regiment flag of 1781


Andrew Fleming
The current New Jersey State flag, adopted in 1896, is based on a 1779 NJ Revolutionary War standard George Washington chose to represent the state's troops








New Jersey
John Angle/Angell
Thomas Armstrong
Levi Ayers
Charles Beardsley
Joseph Bloomfield
Joseph Corwin
Joseph Crane
John Couse
Jacob Courtright
Andrew Dalrymple
Josiah Decker
Bernard DeWitt
Moses DeWitt
Thomas Dodd
Jacobus Edsall
Abraham Elston
Abraham Emmans
Hendrick Fisher
Stephen Genung
Bartholomew Lott
Andrew Manning
Burnett Montgomery
David Phillips
Zenas Riggs
Caleb Rude
James Scott
Mathias Shipman
Frederick Snover
Joseph Snyder
Daniel Struble
Henry Van Way
Daniel Vaughan
Peter Westbrooke
Thomas William

New York - flag of Third NY Regiment - 1777









New York
Thomas Baylies
Austin Beardsley
James Clark
Roswell Clark
James Croft
George Dill
Gilbert Drew
William Fitz-Gerald
William Hill
David Longwell
Isaac Newman
George Phillips
Jonas Roe
Nathaniel Roe
Jesse Smith
Philip Smith
Joseph Washburn




This flag flew over the Guilford North Carolina Courthouse on March 15, 1781

North Carolina
Ripley Copeland
John Hall
Robert Irwin

South Carolina
Samuel Reed

First Pennsylvania Rifle Regiment flag

Richard Gosline
Henry Hinzman
Timothy Jayne
Nathan Livesey
Nicholas Seidel
John Van Campen
Johannes Van Etten
John Ziegler


Vermont state flag Vermont
Ebenezer Walbridge



Eleventh Virginia Regiment flag of 1776 Virginia
John Craik
William Mead
Samuel Mitchell
The current version of the West Virginia flag was officially adopted on March 7, 1929

West Virginia
Abraham Hinkle

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