Failing, Fort
Fort Failing, 1776, Montgomery County, Canajoharie. The Revolutionary War fortified stone Failing house was 1 1/2 miles west of Canajoharie on the south side of the Mohawk, and one mile west of Fort Renselaer. Burned in 1833.
Farmingdale Nike Base
Fergusson, Battery
Fireman, Fort
Fort Fireman, 1812, Kings County, Brooklyn. Possibly on the site of Fort Box (1776) on Bergen's Hill.
Fish, Fort
Fort Fish, 1814, New York County, New York. In Central Park near East 107th Street.
Fisher's Island, Camp
Fishkill Barracks/Supply Depot
Flagstaff Fort
Flatts Stockade
Flatts Stockade, 1715, Saratoga County, Schuylerville. Loop-holed brick structure, stockaded. On bluff South of Fish Creek (vicinity of Schuyler Mansion grounds). Burned by the French in 1745.
Floyd Bennet Field
Forest Hill Redoubt
Forts A-D Index
Forts A-D Index
Forts E-L Index
Forts E-L Index
Forts M-P Index
Fort M-P Index
Foundry Redoubt
Foundry Redoubt, 1780, New York County, New York. British rename of reconstructed Grenadier's Battery (1776) adjacent to Lispenard's Redoubt (1776), used until evacuation of NYC.
Four Mile Post
Four Mile Post, 1755/59, Warren County, Glens Falls. Located four miles North of Fort Edward on road to Fort George (Lake George).
Fox, Fort
Fort Fox, 1780, Montgomery County, Near Nellistown. A fortified and loopholed stone house of Philip Fox. West of Fort Wagner near Palatine Church on Caroga Creek.
Franklin, Fort
Fort Franklin, 1777-1780, Suffolk County, Lloyd Neck. British fortifications now located in Caumsette State Park (undeveloped) on the neck.
Frederick, Fort
Frederick, Fort (1)
French, Fort
Fort French, 1696, Onondaga County, Syracuse. Temporary French fort near Syracuse for raid on Onondagas. Current site of Onondaga sewage plant.
Frey, Fort
Frey, Fort (1)

Special Recognition

This section was made possible by the hard work and diligent research of Col. Michael J. Stenzel, NYG. Col. Stenzel spent many years compiling the information contained on these pages.