A person who has the care of a landed estate.(noun)
The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)
Use "land-steward" in a sentence
"The estate, considerable though it was, had been left in charge of a land-steward and the house to the old servants."
"Then the land-steward tried with no better success."
"In old times there were bailiffs to look after the workfolk, foremen to look after the tradesmen, a building-steward to look after the foremen, a land-steward to look after the building-steward, and a dashing grand agent to look after the land-steward: fine times they had then, I assure ye."