Thanks so much, Jon! I will keep you in mind when looking at my Sapp line. Yes, I do believe that Granny Sapp named Buck Snort! I went to Buena Vista Cemetery a few years ago and took pictures of the stones there. It was before I had a good digital camera, however, and the shots are not great. But I was excited to find her, and a couple of her sons. As to her brother, Baron ~ I've always been fascinated by his name. Guess he and his brother-in-law, Charles Harrison (Granny's husband), were terrors together. I'm glad you are enjoying my blog. I find that part of Texas history when the 3 of them lived fascinating. Hard, but fascinating. If you find anything new or interesting, let me know.
In response to your post on the 19th July in the Texas History Hunters' group here at GW where you states you are working on the SAPP lines in Shelby County: my 3rd great-grandmother was Mary Elizabeth "Polly" Sapp, born, according to one descendant, July 30, 1797 in Atlanta, Georgia and died 1879 in Buena Vista, Shelby County, Texas. She married Charles Harrison Richards in Rhea County, Tennessee. He was born February 29, 1780 in Blount Springs, Alabama and died 1839 in San Augustine, Texas. I'd love for you to read my posts about the SAPPs and RICHARDS at Genealogy Traces and send me any comments or corrections you might have.