May 1858: Benjamin Mullinax is appointed executor of the estate of William Caler, deceased; the administration is revoked in August (reason not stated).
Murray County Inferior Court: Administration Docket, 1834-1880, May term, 1858: Letters granted.
Benjamin Mullinax is appointed executor of the estate of William Caler, deceased. [Note that in the August term of 1858, the administration was revoked. ]
Murray Co., Ga., Court of Ordinary, Temp. & Permanent Letters of Administrator's & Guardians (1856-1871), p.21-22, Bery* J. Mullinax is appointed as administrator of William Caylor's will, with George Caylor and Eli Caylor as security.
*Probably "Beny" or "Benj," but I had extracted it as "Bery." The old handwriting can be difficult.
Research Note: William Caylor (born 1810-1812; died 1857-1858?); married Rhoda Jane Dunn. Benjamin Mullinax would be William Caylor's son-in-law. Benjamin married William's daughter, Mary Caylor.
[I previously published this note on Family Search, under the various individuals mentioned in the documents].
Surnames: CAYLOR, CALER, MULLINAX, MULINAX