From Lois Killian memoir:
"Aunt Nancy was not too large a woman, she was stooped over almost to her toes. She had mild blue eyes. She waited on those big boys like all mothers do. She always had milked cows. They lived beside a creek. We always were hunting ducks or geese eggs. Then they had to be picked for their feathers. When I spent the night with them, she put me on a feather bed. She gave my mother feathers to make me a bolster pillow(one that reaches across the bed). My mother still had it when I got married, so she made me pillows from it. I have them yet. "
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