Our ancestors have left much after them not least ourselves and yourselves and all our cousins in South Africa, India, America, France, Jersey and elsewhere including for some, the throne in Sweden. They have left us a treasure trove of artefacts and places of interest, which you may wish to seek out in your own good time.
– Derrygooney Lake, Co. Monaghan
– Hickey gravestones in St. Mary?s Church, Mary Street
– Bust of Jonathan Swift presented to St. Patrick?s Cathedral by R.F. Falkiner
– Paintings on display in the National Gallery by Thomas Hickey
– Portrait of George IV Viscount Townshend, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland in the Mansion House drawing room by Thomas Hickey
– The portrait by Thomas Hickey in Kilmainham Goal of Robert Emmett’s family
– Marble monument to David LaTouche in Delgany Church by John Hickey
– Rowan Tree planted in 2009 at Rathinree in memory of Robin and Peter
– Hamish Malet Warden?s grave in Jonkerbos War Cemetery , Nijmegen, Netherlands. Plot 12, Row B. Grave no 1 ? 3
– The Woodhead family vault in the the Extra Mural Cemetary, Woodvale, Brighton
– The Pennycuick grave at All Saints Episcopalian Church, Challoch, Newton-Stewart, Scotland.
– Memorial to the Battle of Chillianwallah erected in front of the Royal Chelsea Hospital in London, which has Lt. Col. John Pennycuick?s name on it
– Tombstone erected by Sarah Pennycuick above her husband?s and son?s graves in Chillianwallah, Punjab
– Burnchurch Castle, Co. Kilkenny
– The view of Skryne from the Hill of Tara
– Grace and Favour Apartments in Hampton Court Palace where Sarah Pennicuick lived out her days.
– Castlecomer Discovery Park, formerly Castlecomer House, home of Sir Christopher Wandesforde.
– The memorial stone erected to memory of Elizabeth Hickey and Robin and Peter Hickey in the Churchyard on the Hill of Skryne.
– The view of Skryne Castle from the south side of The Hill of Skryne
– The Old Rectory at Taughmon, Crookedwood, Co. Westmeath, former hotel and restaurant.
– Ambrose Hickey?s grave in Forest Lawn Cemetery, Los Angeles
– Hickey Gravestone at Stonehall Churchyard, Crookedwood, Co. Westmeath
– ?The very fields and trees along the Boyne from Drogheda to Slane? as memorised by John Boyle O?Reilly
– The papers of Elizabeth Hickey at the Meath County Library, Navan.
– The papers of Elizabeth Hickey in The Library at Trinity College Library
– I Send My Love Along The Boyne by Elizabeth Hickey
– Skryne And The Early Normans by Elizabeth Hickey
– The Legend Of Tara by Elizabeth Hickey
– Clonard by Elizabeth Hickey
– The Life Of St. Finain by Elizabeth Hickey
– The Green Cockatrice by Elizabeth Hickey
– D?sir?e by Annemarie Selinko
– Ulysses by James Joyce?s ? References to Frederick Falkiner in chapter 12 (Cyclops) and in chapter 15 (Circe).