I used to do a lot of duck hunting in East Matty. My friends and I would cross the swing bridge at Sargent and drive south down the shore line to Brown Ceder cut, cross the cut in a jon boat and walk to the bay and set up about 8 to 10 dozen decoys. Some of the greatest duck hunting experiences of my life. For a time there was an old black man that lived in a "house" of drift wood, old plywood, and used sheetmetal that he found on the beaches. We would stop by after our hunts and give him some of our ducks and things like matches, rain slickers and shoes ( although we never say him wear them). I believe his name was Moses Tollivar. When the new cut was put in we quit going down there. I was telling my sons about him the other day and was wondering what happened to him. Anyone know the history of this man and what eventually happened to him?