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- noun Plural form of
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They had, of course, no uniforms (such things being quite unknown), only a feather in their caps; and they were in practice rather haywards than policemen, more concerned with the strayings of beasts than of people.
The officers of the parish were the constable, the parish and vestry clerks,  the beadle,  the "waywardens" or surveyors of highways, the "haywards" or fence-viewers, the "common drivers," the collectors of taxes, and at the beginning of the seventeenth century overseers of the poor were added.
Parish and vestry clerks; beadles, waywardens, haywards, common-drivers, churchwardens, etc. Transition from the English parish to the New England township
I plan to expand my horizons beyond budweiser, and Kingfisher / haywards (in India).
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