I know the wikipedia website is not a very good source for info but there it reads that the 32nd's flag captured by Pvt. Edward R. Hanford of the 2nd U.S. Cavalry, Company H, during the American Civil War,at the Battle of Tom's Brook on 9 October 1864 [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_R._Hanford
My 4xGrandfather join the 34th VA Cav in Oct. 62 in Jeffersonville Tazewell county, which is now called the town of Tazewell, in Tazewell County from were I live. The house that he signed up at still stands and is in great shape right acroos the creek from the state Hospital.
But as for the flag pictured below it was the first one Bill used, Bill also made a 3rd Btn. as well. It was bases on the flag the Stuart presented to them, based on Madaus reviewing & studying of flags. No one knows were the real 34ths flag went but with howies go ahead Bill made the flag shown bleow, and has been used from the 70's - present day in numerous events and photo shoots articles . Other then that, that is all I know about the flag and if the real 34ths flag shows up then we will go over to it. Everything that is on the repro flag below is what we all have to go by giving it was advised to be made by H. Madaus