Although attained in 1691 for supporting the Jacobite cause, Sir John Everard did get his estate back when it was conveyed to trustees by a private act of Parliament in 1702. By the mid 18th century the debts due out of the estate were large and the Fethard part of it was sold in 1751 to Thomas Barton a Bordeaux wine merchant. Everard lands in the barony of Iffa and Offa were sold to Cornelius O'Callaghan, a Dublin lawyer and landowner in county Cork. Power writes that the sale of other Everard lands in 1727 helped to establish the Powers at Barrettstown and Gurteen and the Jacobs at Coolmore.
King's Inn Library:
Barton (Thomas) of Bordeaux, Appellant versus William Barton, the elder, Grace Barton, Thomas and William Barton re partnership and marriage settlement involving former estate of Sir Redmond Everard in Featherd (sic), Co. Tipperary, and use of power of attorney by William Delap. Irish Exchequer Appeal. Appellant's case and respondents' case, March, 1765. House of Lords Appeals: Vol. 4a
NATIONAL LIBRARY OF IRELAND. Reports on Private Collections:
Report on the Barton Papers (from 1617), formerly the property of Capt. C. R. Barton, Grove, Fethard, Co. Tipperary, now in the National Library of Ireland, relating to the Everard and Barton families and to lands in Co. Tipperary. No. 38