Massy (Mount Massy)
- This branch of the Massy family are descended from William and Ann (nee Creagh) Massy of Glenville, county Limerick. Their grandson, Captain Hugh Massy, married the widow of Colonel O'Donnell. "Burke's Irish Family Records" records that her maiden name was Hutchinson and that she was an heiress. Their son, Massy Hutchinson Massy, married Sarah Davies of Macroom and they had a son, William Hugh Massy Hutchinson of Mount Massy. At the time of Griffith's Valuation Massy H. Massy owned an estate mainly in the parishes of Clondrohid and Drishane, but also in the parishes of Kilnamartery and Macroom, barony of West Muskerry, county Cork. In May 1861 the estate of William Massy Hutchinson Massy amounting to 9,264 acres in the baronies of Barrymore and West Muskerry was advertised for sale. In the 1870s his son William H. Massy of Macroom owned 13,363 acres in the county.
- In the mid 18th century Emanuel Hutchinson was resident at Codrum, parish of Macroom, barony of West Muskerry, county Cork. His daughter Hannah married John Herbert Orpen. Hugh Massy of Mount Massy also married a Hutchinson and had a son, Massy Hutchinson Massy, and a daughter, Cherry who married John Warren, a younger son of Sir Robert Warren of Warren's Court, 1st Baronet. John and Cherry Warren were living at Codrum by 1814. Colonel Robert Hutchinson was murdered at Codrum in 1799. The representatives of Arthur Hutchinson are listed as lessors in Griffith's Valuation , both in Caheragh and Kilmocomoge, West Carbery. In 1854 over 3000 acres of the estate of Arthur Hutchinson, deceased, were offered for sale in the Encumbered Estates Court.