STIRLING CASTLE

Probably the most strategically important castle in Scotland, Stirling Castle changed hands more often than any other Scottish Castle.

 

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STIRLING FAMILY CADETS

Here you can see an outline of the Stirling family cadet branches and their relationship to the chiefly line, the Stirlings of Cadder.

 

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THE STIRLING HERALDIC ARMS

The Stirlings of Scotland, Ireland and England have matriculated many arms over the centuries. Here is a compilation of some of those arms as published in the two volume “The Sterling Genealogy” published 1909 by Albert Mack Sterling

 

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THORALDUS DE STRIVELYN

Thoraldus was a Saxon noble, one of the ‘distinguished strangers from the south’, who were brought by king David I ,the youngest son of Malcolm Canmore III and Saint Margaret (sister of Edgar Ætheling), to civilize Scotland; from the names of the other witnesses to David’s charter, Thoraldus must have been a person of the highest rank.

 

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Sterling Genealogy Volumes 1 & 2

Download full color PDF version of the Sterling Genealogy published 1909 by Albert Mack Sterling

 

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THE STIRLINGS OF KEIR

Download a full color PDF file version of the The_Stirlngs_of_Keir and Their Family Papers published in 1858 by Wm Fraser for Wm Stirling Courtesy of Google Books

 

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