I found this document on FamilySearch.org in alphabetized Estate Records for Elbert County. I'm confused by it and hoping someone can provide some insight.
I'm reading that John Craft Sr is being made guardian of John Craft Jr and Willis Craft, sons of John Craft Sr. Is this record giving guardian ship of a father to his sons, or are there two John Craft Seniors? Where John Craft Sr is named as the father, the words "late of said county, deceased" are crossed out, indicating that he is alive. But why does a father need to be named guardian? This record is in the Estate Records; is he becoming guardian of property they have inherited?