- 1 May 1856
'Luilyl', Encounter Bay, South Australia, Australia
- 27 March 1940
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
- Alternative Names
- Field, Catherine Eliza Somerville (maiden name)
- Stow, Catherine (former name)
Katie Langloh Parker grew up on her father's property, Marra Station, northern New South Wales. Married at the age of 18, she led an exciting social life in Australian colonial capitals until 1875, when she moved to her husband's property, Bangate Station, near Angledool, New South Wales. There, she started collecting stories and vocabularies from the local branch of Yularoi people, which she subsequently published in several collections between 1896 and 1930. In 1905, she published her only purely ethnographic work The Euahlayi Tribe, an account of her life at Bangate. Her second marriage to Percy Randolph Stow marked the end of her outback life.