1855 March 29, “Struggles in Life”, The Leisure Hour, volume 4, number 170, page 195:
This and a great deal more Miss Filmer might have said if she had wished to widen the breach between little Ellen and her cousin-aunt; […]
1950, Savitri Devi Nanda, The City of Two Gateways: The Autobiography of an Indian Girl, G. Allen & Unwin:
It was not only the case with my uncle, aunt and grandmother but also with my cousin-aunts, they showed me tenderness and love beyond a niece's desert and took me out with them for drives to their orchards or baths; […]
1956, Hallam Tennyson, The Dark Goddess, Vallentine, pages 43:
Asha suffered an influx of cousin brothers-in-law, cousin aunts, and just plain cousins up from Midnapore to sponge.
1976, Agnes Smedley, Daughter of Earth, The Feminist Press, pages 214:
It had been nearly fifteen years since I had seen my cousin-aunt, Mildred, just my age, and then she was a bad, spoiled little girl.
1994, Hans Kasdorf, “Becoming a Missiologist of the Road: Personal Recollections and Reflections”, Mission Focus, volume 2, page 159:
Shortly thereafter, as Providence would have it, I received a letter from my cousin-aunt, Katherine Nickel, author, artist and teacher in Reedley, California.
While we were steadily being pushed out the door, the Rev and my cousin aunt were still arguing behind us.
2008, Di Brandt, “My Breasts Had Become Eyes”, in Shannon Cowan, Fiona Tinwei Lam, & Cathy Stonehouse, editors, Double Lives: Writing and Motherhood, McGill-Queen's University Press, ISBN 9780773533776, pages 53:
I grew up in a traditionalist Mennonite farming village in southern Manitoba, surrounded by other villages, filled with dozens and dozens of boisterous, cheerful, eccentric aunts and uncles, cousins, second-cousins, third-cousins, cousin-aunts, cousin-uncles, […]