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Lynnville, Tennessee (U.S.)

Giles County

Last modified: 2023-12-16 by rick wyatt
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[Municipal seal] image by Masao Okazaki, 13 November 2023

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The flag

According to the article, the flag of Lynnville TN was designed in 1976 for the Bicentennial Celebration but went missing. It was recently recreated on the basis of a Polaroid image.
Masao Okazaki
, 16 August 2020

According to this article,
"The flag is an exact replica of the original design, featuring a red background, representing community, and three blue stars to represent the town’s homes, churches and schools. In the center is a circle showing a plow and railroad tracks, symbolizing the community history rooted in agriculture and shipping. The dates 1810 and 1860 are included to commemorate Old Lynnville and New Lynnville. The Lynnville Flag was originally designed by Nancy Jo Dugger Hollis, Sarah Hewitt Dugger and Frances Henry Hewitt."
Ethan Dubrow, 13 November 2023

This Facebook photo shows black stars: I think they should be dark blue stars.
Masao Okazaki, 13 November 2023