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Battle Flag of the 9th Virginia Infantry Regiment captured at the Battle of Five Forks April 1865 by Sgt. Robert F. Shipley, 140 New York Infantry. During the war it was attached to General Armistead's, Barton's, and Steuart's Brigade, ANV. In June, 1862, the 9th Va. Inf. totaled 435 men.  It surrendered 2 officers and 37 men on April 9, 1865.

Battle Flag of the 9th Virginia Infantry Regiment captured at the Battle of Five Forks April 1865 by Sgt. Robert F. Shipley, 140 New York Infantry. During the war it was attached to General Armistead's, Barton's, and Steuart's Brigade, ANV. In June, 1862, the 9th Va. Inf. totaled 435 men. It surrendered 2 officers and 37 men on April 9, 1865.

New York captured 14th Alabama Infantry (probable) Battle Flag.  On July 24, 1866, Lieutenant G.N.P. Gale, 11th Independent Battery, NY Volunteers, donated a Confederate battle flag reportedly taken near Clover Hill, Virginia, on April 9, 1865. The Army of Northern Virginia battle flag seen here, identified in museum records as the Clover Hill flag, is marked in pencil, “14 Alabama,” along the hoist edge and most closely matches the seventh bunting issue.

Alabama Infantry (probable) Battle Flag, Army of Northern Virginia Pattern, Civil War

Battle Flag of the Sixth Regiment NC State Troops. This is a seventh bunting Army of Northern Virginia–pattern battle flag. They were issued from the Richmond Clothing Depot, starting in early 1865, without battle honors or unit designations. Because of its late issue, this flag probably remained in regimental hands for only a few weeks. Private Joseph Kimball, Company B, Second West Virginia Cavalry, captured this Sixth North Carolina flag at Sailors Creek, Virginia, on April 6, 1865.

Battle Flag of the Sixth Regiment NC State Troops. This is a seventh bunting Army of Northern Virginia–pattern battle flag. They were issued from the Richmond Clothing Depot, starting in early 1865, without battle honors or unit designations. Because of its late issue, this flag probably remained in regimental hands for only a few weeks. Private Joseph Kimball, Company B, Second West Virginia Cavalry, captured this Sixth North Carolina flag at Sailors Creek, Virginia, on April 6, 1865.

5th Kentucky Infantry battle flag captured at Atlanta.

Battle flag of the Kentucky Infantry, captured at Atlanta, 22 July (collection of Benjamin David Ennis, photo courtesy Philip Ennis)

Pattern: Army of Tennessee battle flag. Unit Designation: In white appliqué, ”7 MISS” Battle Honors: In black paint, ”SHILOH”, ”CHICKAMAUGA”, and ”MURFREESBORO”.Requisitioned in January 1864 by Lt. Col. Benjamin Franklin Johns. Captured at the battle of Jonesboro, GA-1864 by Capt. John A. Smith, 57th Ohio Veteran Volunteer Infantry. The flag had been presented to Mr. Dawson, the donors’ father, ”by a Confederate soldier, who broke the window of a store in Bellefontaine, OH, and recaptured…

Battle Flag of the Mississippi Infantry Regiment with Battle Honors of Shiloh, Murfreesboro and Chickamauga. Army of Tennessee pattern Battle Flag ordered by General Johnston; at the Museum of the Confederacy

Virginia Civil War Flags | 24th Virginia Flag Conservation Project

The Virginia's reenactment unit's effort to preserve the original flag of the VA Infantry.

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