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Weston, Connecticut (U.S.)

Fairfield County

Last modified: 2011-07-09 by rick wyatt
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Indirect evidence exists of the Weston town flag in "The Weston Forum", 1 May 2007 (page no longer on-line). On the colour photography captioned "First Selectman Woody Bliss accepted the Weston town flag which flew over Baghdad from Erin Miller of the Dagger Brigade", the flag can be partially seen. It seems to feature the colour version of the municipal coat of arms, which can be seen in black and white on the town website ( ). The flag on the picture is hold upside down since the two fishes showed in lower right corner are in the canton of the arms.
Ivan Sache, 6 May 2007

The Town of Weston, Connecticut, introduced its flag during bicentennial celebration several years ago. However, the flag is now lost, and they have no image or photo of it.
Valentin Poposki, 13 November 2009