Battery F is honored by two identical monuments at Gettysburg shared with Battery K.
|October||Duty in the Defenses of Washington, D. C. attached to Battery K, 3rd United States Artillery, and assigned to the Artillery Reserve, Army of the Potomac|
|March||Ordered to the Virginia Peninsula.|
|April 5-May 4||Siege of Yorktown, Va.|
|May||Attached to 5th Brigade, Artillery Reserve, 5th Army Corps, Army of the Potomac|
|June 25-July 1||Seven days before Richmond|
|July 1||Malvern Hill|
|July-August||At Harrison’s Landing|
|August 16-23||Moved to Alexandria|
|September||Duty in the Defenses of Washington attached to Artillery, 1st Division, 3rd Army Corps, Army of the Potomac|
|December 12-15||Movement to Falmouth, Va. Battle of Fredericksburg, Va.|
|April 27-May 6||Chancellorsville Campaign|
|May 1-5||Battle of Chancellorsville|
|May||Attached to 1st Regular Brigade, Artillery Reserve, Army of the Potomac|
Battle of Gettysburg
Battery F was consolidated with Battery K during the battle. They were commanded by Lieutenant John C. Turnbull, and brought six 12-pounders to the field, losing 1 officer and 8 men killed, 14 men wounded and 1 man missing. Four of the battery’s guns were lost during the fighting along Emmitsburg Road on July 2, but were recaptured later in the battle.
From the monuments:
July 1 Took position on crest of hill near General Meade’s Headquarters.
July 2 Moved to a position on the right of a log house on the Emmitsburg road with General A. A. Humphreys’ Division Third Corps. Engaged here but was compelled to retire with the loss of 45 horses killed and 4 guns which were afterwards recaptured.
July 3 Went into position near Taneytown Road on the left of Cemetery Hill.
|October 9-22||Bristoe Campaign|
|November 7-8||Advance to line of the Rappahannock|
|November 7||Rappahannock Station|
|November||Attached to Artillery Brigade, 5th Army Corps, Army of the Potomac|
|November 26-December 2||Mine Run Campaign|
|February||Consolidated with Battery C, 3rd United States Artillery|