The Kendaia Church was founded in 1795, and went out of existence when its land was taken by the Army in 1941, during World War II.
- 1895 Centennial History of the First Baptist Church of Romulus.
- The First Baptist Church of Romulus -- an article, biography of Pastor Wisner Kinne, and list of members from 1896.
- Kendaia related photographs.
- Kendaia Church newspaper clippings. (PDF)
- Newspaper article about the moving of the Kendaia church building in 1954. Also scan of original article and recent pictures.
- Newspaper article (PDF) about the Kendaia church and cemetery from 1969. Source: Old Fulton NY Postcards (online newspaper site)
- Thesis (PDF format, 7M, offsite) about the Seneca Army Depot and the Kendaia church:
Bruno, L. Dean. Once a Home, Now a Memory: Dispossession, Possession and Remembrance of the Landscape of the Former Seneca Army Depot, 2008. (Note: the picture on p. 78 is actually the First Wesleyan Methodist Church of Varick.)
- Kendaia Cemetery records -- located on Seneca Co. Genweb site. Note: I have found numerous errors or omissions in these records when compared to the actual tombstones.
- Map showing location of Kendaia Cemetery. (The crosses at the bottom right of the words "Seneca Army Depot".) Map generated at: Digital Topo Maps.
- Aerial photo of Kendaia Cemetery and former Seneca Army Depot, looking SE. Courtesy of Bill Hecht.
- A visit to the Kendaia Cemetery, May 2009.
- Some tombstone pictures from the Kendaia Cemetery have been added to the New York Gravestones Project.