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Barboursville, West Virginia (U.S.)

Cabell County

Last modified: 2022-12-03 by rick wyatt
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[Flag of Barboursville, West Virginia] image by David Sigley, 1 November 2022
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The village of Barbourville has informed me it has no flag.
Valentin Poposki, 1 September 2009

The flag is a white field with a thin black border. In the middle is white silhouette with a black outline and shadow which appears to somewhat resemble the village's official border limits. three blue streams resemble the Guyandotte River, The Mud River, and an unnamed tributary of the mud river. The various objects from left to right include: A graduation cap, the civil war flags of the Union and the Confederacy, a star, a steamboat, a tree, and an old fruit basket with what appears to be apples. The village name is displayed at the top in red with the founding date at the bottom, also in red.
Photo of the flag in the village hall:
David Sigley, 1 November 2022


[Flag of Barboursville, West Virginia] image by David Sigley, 1 November 2022
Source: Village logo from the village website:

The village logo shows a black and white drawing of downtown Barboursville overlain by the village name in red cursive with a white outline. Underneath the village name is the state name in white.
David Sigley, 1 November 2022