The Oregonian (Portland, Oregon) December 26, 1886 Page 8
Mrs. Bettie Parman, wife of G. G. Parman, living near Condon, died very suddenly Thursday of last week. She was unexpectedly confined, and gave birth to twins. There being no one at home to wait upon her, she took cold and went into convulsions. Her little daughter summoned the neighbors as soon as it was light enough to see the way. In fact, it was reported that the child started in the night and got lost. One of the babes lived. The entire community where the good woman lived deeply mourn her loss, as she was loved by all.