The fundamental parameters (Teff, log(g), and [M/H]) for a set of 56 field horizontal-branch candidates have been determined using Strömgren uvby photometry, classification-dispersion CCD spectra and spectral synthesis. In the Teff, log(g) plane, the majority of these stars lie near to the model zero-age horizontal branches of Sweigart (1987) and thus are probable field horizontal-branch stars. Four are normal high-gravity dwarfs which may be field counterparts of cluster blue stragglers and one may belong to the class of "UV-bright" stars. One new, probable, RR Lyrae star has been identified. We discuss two FHB stars which cannot be modeled with normal helium-abundance atmospheres. We suggest that these two stars, which have Balmer lines too broad for their Balmer jumps, may be helium-rich horizontal-branch stars. Finally, we discuss the problems of the discrimination of FHB stars from "normal" evolved A-type stars, and the nature of the FHB "λ-Bootis-like" stars discovered in Paper I of this series.