Everett households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland

Householders by county in (1847-64), as on the map

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Surname Dictionary

Eabhróid Everett, Everard: líon beag: scaipthe. Normannaigh a shocraigh sa Mhí & Tiobraid Árann. Eibhearard orthu, leis. Fréamh: Teotanach: torc + cruaidh. DOS.
Eibhearard Everard: annamh: Tiobraid Árann & Cill Chainnigh. Féach Eabhróid.
Everard Quite numerous: Tipperary, Kilkenny etc. Anglo-Normans who first settled in Meath and Tipperary. Irish version is Eibhearard.
Everett Quite numerous: Drogheda, S Kilkenny-Waterford, Belfast. This is a variant of Everard. Irish version is Éabhróid. Woulfe thinks these were originally separate names.

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