LaVonne Schoneman has contributed a number of items regarding her Hunt-Coleman-Cook families in the Mossyrock-Glenoma-Sulphur Creek areas. In addition, LaVonne is a published poet, and has graciously allowed several of her poems to be reprinted on this site. Each item is described on its own page; see the list of pictures below. Any questions/comments about these pictures should be directed to LaVonne.
Index of Photos and Documents
- Roadside Park, Glenoma - site of LaVonne's family's first homestead when Glenoma was known as Verndale
- Biography: John and Nancy Hunt
- Photo: John Hunt
- Obituary: John Hunt
- Gravemarker: Moses Hunt
- Annotated photos, part 1 - LaVonne's aunt has annotated several photos with comments on their Hunt-Cook families.
- Annotated photos, part 2
- Mossyrock School, Grade 2, 1947
- Cochran Family 1956 - LaVonne and her family
- LaVonne's doll - this doll dates back to 1910, and belonged to her father.
LaVonne has noted several websites that expand on various aspects of her family's history. These are listed here:
- Civil War Battlefields: Saltville - this is where LaVonne's great-great-grandfather Jarret Cook was wounded in the Civil War fighting on the Union side.
These poems were published in "The Appalachian Quarterly", June 2000:
She has also published poems in "Open My Eyes, Open My Soul".
See also LaVonne's Website.