|.According to Edward Hay who was in
Wexford at the time, many female
sympathisers offered coloured petticoats
which were used as flags and were usually
decorated according to their fancy.
Many of these women began working on
embroidered flags, some of which
unfinished when the rebellion
had been put down.
The last battle in Wexford was fought
under a green flag which flew from
the ruined windmill on Vinegar Hill
overlooking Enniscorthy town on 21st