During one of The Lord of the Rings films I have a memory of a very curmudgeonly old hobbit, sweeping his porch or walk, I think, as he looks disapprovingly at some of the protagonists going down the road by his house.
The only one mention of an Everard in the Lord of the Rings and it is one Everard Took, so unfortunately this character does not feature in the books.
Master Everard Took and Miss Melilot Brandybuck got on a table and with bells in their hands began to dance the Springle-ring: a pretty dance, but rather vigorous.
It may be worth noting that originally his name was Prospero Took that was later changed to Everard
The young Took who danced on the table changes his name from Prospero to Everard
It would seem that although this first scene of the character is invented, the later on of our friendly Everard Proudfoot stamping his feet (as noted in @NKCampbell's answer) is in fact based on old Odo Proudfoot. Who is in fact Frodo's maternal Grandmother's aunt's son.
As per the request from OP below is the footage from which I took the screencap:
He is a Hobbit invented for the films and is played by Noel Appleby.
I believe this is the scene that you are referring to:
Mr. Proudfoot was a grumpy old gaffer, who minded his own business and tended his garden. However, he enjoyed Gandalf's fireworks and only expressed his disapproval when his wife arrived. He was present at Bilbo's Farewell Party. He later met the four hobbits as they returned home from their journey.
While credited in the film as "Everard Proudfoot" it does seem that this character was based on Odo Proudfoot from the books.