1671 Thomas Hickman
1671. Thomas Hickman of Ballyhenan, eldest son
of Gregory, son of Walter Hickman of Kew (Gregory settled in Clare
before 1612, and his
farm of Barntick was plundered by the O’Briens, 1642).
Thomas Hickman’s will dates September 12th, 1677. Proved by
his son Thomas in Dublin, 28th November, same year. He was buried
in the chancel of Ennis Abbey with his wife, a daughter of John
Colpoys, and was ancestor of the extinct Hickman’s of Barntick.
Arms (as on his seal, and his son-in-law Hugh Perceval’s funeral
entry at Dublin), per pale indented arg: and az: on first three
roses gu., on second three roses argent. He prays, in his will,
“for the happiness of the house of Thomond, wherein I have
long served, and to which I have natural respect and love.”