|Bishop of Derry|
|Church||Church of Ireland|
|See||Diocese of Derry|
|In office||1703 — 1713|
He was appointed Rector of St. Ebbs, Oxford, Chaplain to the Duke of Southampton and Lord Chandos (1680), Domestic Chaplain to the Earl of Rochester in 1684 and Chaplain in ordinary to William III in 1690. He was lecturer at St. James', Westminster in 1692, Chaplain to Queen Anne and Rector of Farnham Royal, Buckinghamshire, 1698–1703. With the patronage of Lawrence Hyde, 1st Earl of Rochester, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland in 1700- 1703, Hickman was elevated to the episcopy as Bishop of Derry on 11 June 1703, a position he held to his death.
He died in 1713. He had married Anne Burgoyne in April 1703, with whom he had one daughter. He died in London on 28 November 1713 and was buried in Westminster Abbey.
- "Charles Hickman 1648-1713 : Bishop of Derry 1703-1713". Retrieved 19 January 2013.