Unfortunately, this flag is reported to have burned in a house fire ca. 1910.
The details of the flag come from a description written ca. 1920 by the son of a member of the regiment:
"A blue flag with a plain white cross across it from end to end. It didn't have any stars or nothing except 'Caudill's Army' on it. It didn't look like any flag I ever saw. Yes, 'Caudill's Army' was done by hand. I saw it at Whitesburg at a parade."
(info from John B. Wells III, Jimmie Epling, and Faron Sparkman)