From the index book "Colours Of The Gray"
Union Flags mentioned:
1)--1st Brigade, 2nd Division, 23rd Army Corps, U.S.A, Blue field two white spplique shields with yellow paint boarder (56x53 with loss). Picked up on the battlfield by the 16th Kentucky Infantry. Nothing Follows.
2)--Headquarters Flag 5th Corps, 3rd Division, Swallowtail. White field, blue Maltese cross. (22 1/2x36). Believed captured by Confederate troops and later recaptured at the battle of Nashville, Tennessee, December 1864. The 11th Missouri (USA) found the flag. (Cpl. James W. Parks)
Found this on the 5th Corps Flag also.
(WD. 445 Headquarters, 5th Army Corps, U.S.A. Swallowtail. Blue field with maltese cross (30 1/2x48) Believed captured by the Confederate troops, later recaptured at Fort Blakely, Alabama, April 1865 by Lt. Col. Victor Vifquain, 97th Illinois Infantry.
3)--US. Cavalry Reserve Brigade Swallowtail. Red, White and Blue field, three adjoining triangles with white applique crossed swords (20x25 Fragmentary). Believed captured by the Confederate troops, later recaptured by Federal troops. Transferred to the War Department in 1906.
4)--Gen.H.Judson Kilpatrick's Cavalry, 1st Brigade, 3rd Division, 23rd Army Corps, U.S.A. Swallowtail, Red and White field, divided horizontally, blue applique star and spear (39x54). Believed captured by Confederate forces, recaptured by Federal forces, sent to the War Department 1906.
5)--1st Maryland Infantry (USA), Silk, Thirty-Four star U.S. National, seven stars remaining. Unit designation in gold paint (69x82 1/2 with loss.) Captured at Front Royal, Virginia, May 1862 by the 1st Maryland (CSA).
6)--29th Missouri (USA), Silk, U.S Regimental Flag. Blue field, yellow fringe, oil-painted eagle insgnia and inscription, "E Pluribus Unum", in gold paint on both sides (71x76). Captured at Ringgold Gap, Georgia, November 1863 by a Texas Cavalry regiment (MG. Cleburne's division)
7)--Unidentified Unit. Silk, Thrity-Five star U.S. National (41x81 1/2). Believed captured at High Bridge, Virginia, April 1865, by the 3rd Virginia Cavalry.
8)--U.S Cavalry Guidon, Silk, Swallowtail. Thrity-Four Star U.S. National with thrity-three stars remaining (27x36 1/2 with loss). Said to have been found on the grounds of the White House on the Pamunkey River, New Kent County, Virginia in 1865.
9)--U.S naval Signal Flag, unknown. Vessel White field (22 1/2x 21 1/2 remnant). Captured at the battle of Galveston, Texas January 1863, by Gen John B. Magruder's forces.
10)--Thrity-Four star U.S. National. (110x155) made by the Ladies of Maine for Gen George Shepley, U.S.A early in the war and flown over occupied New Orleans, Louisiana, May 1862. Said to be first U.S Flag raised over the State Capital, Richmond, Virginia, April 1865, by Federal occupation troops.
11)--U.S Signal Corps Flag, Brown field, one star. Battle honor stenciled in black ink (43x 47 1/2). Believed captured by Confederate troops and later recaptured by Federal trooops near North Mountain, Maryland, August 1864 by Detective C.H.March.
12)--Headquarters, Gen George A. Custer. U.S.A. * Swallotail. red and blue field divided horizontally, orange applique crossed swords (30x 31 with loss). Believed captured by Confederate troops and later recaptured at the battle of Sayler's Creek, Virginia, April 1865. by Maj.John Allestron, 3rd New York Cavalry.
Thats all from the "Colours Of The Gray".
Have a good weekend,