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image located at The Flag Lady's Flag Store by Phil Nelson, 9 November 2003
- indicates flag is known.
- indicates it is reported that there is no known flag.
Municipal flags in Madison County:
The original Madison County flag is framed and hanging in the Madison County Historical Society Museum. The flag design includes five red stripes, four white stripes and a blue circle with 14 stars, representing each of the county's
townships. In the middle is an outline of the county with a red dot representing London, the county seat. It was made by a lady named Mabel Johnson.
Phil Nelson, 13 July 2001
Nine horizontal, slightly curving red and white stripes, a central design consisting of an outer light blue ring with 14 dark blue stars, and a central disk with a dark blue bordered light blue map of the county. A red bordered white dot probably represents the location of the county town.
Phil Nelson, 9 November 2003
This red, white and blue flag has five red stripes and four white stripes which are curved and straight. The central image is a blue map of the county with London, the county seat, marked with a white dot and red circle. The map is
surrounded by a ring of fourteen blue stars.
The county was established in 1810, and was named for the U.S. President at the time, James Madison.
Located by Valentin Poposki, 26 September 2007