From Irish Names and Surnames 1923
ÉIBHEARÁRD—VIII—Everard; 'son of Everard' (a Norman personal name, from the Frankish 'Eberhard,' 'Ebrard,' the same as the Anglo-Saxon 'Eoforheard' or 'Eoferard'). The Everards came to Ireland about the time of the Anglo-Norman invasion and settled in Meath and Tipperary. Both families were highly distinguished.
Alphabetical Index to Irish Surnames
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