Medieval Reeve?

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In medieval villages, a reeve was a person who was responsible for the overall general management of the village. He was under the control of the steward and ensured that serfs in a village completed their labour service on the lord's land.
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A medieval reeve was an official during the medieval times who was responsible for the overall general management of the village. It was a reeve's responsibility to make sure that villagers completed their labour service on the lord's land.
In Medieval times a reeve referred to a manor official appointed by the lord or elected by the peasants. Their work was to look after their lords and to make sure that nothing was stolen. The role of the reeve was changed annually so that different villagers could be the reeve.
A reeve in medieval life refers to the chief magistrate of a city, district, port or town. He is what is known today as sheriff deduced from sheer-reeve. The reeves were appointed by the lord of the manor or fellow Villeins.
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