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Falls Township, Pennsylvania (U.S.)

Bucks County

Last modified: 2024-05-15 by rick wyatt
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[Findlay Twp, Pennsylvania Flag] image by David Sigley, 15 May 2024
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Description of the flag

The flag is a light green field with the township seal in the center.
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David Sigley, 15 May 2024


[Findlay Twp, Pennsylvania Flag] image located by David Sigley, 15 May 2024

The seal shows four objects of importance. The first shows a scroll with the year 1692, which is the year Falls Township was established. The second is Williams Penn, the founder of Pennsylvania. The third and fourth are the Burges-Lippincott House and the Pennsbury Manor, both of which are historic homes which are historic residences, with the Pennsbury Manor being the historic residence of William Penn. In the center is a sign with the establishment year. At the bottom of the seal's ring is the motto "First in Bucks County", as Falls Township became the First Township when the county was established.
David Sigley, 15 May 2024