Stirlings of Cadder

This is the chiefly line first possessed by Thoraldus de Strivelyn, Vicecomes de Strivelyn in the 12th century

Stirlings of Keir

( In the parish of Keir and the County of Lanark )
A cadet of Cadder
First possessed by Lukas Strivelyn, of Rathoran, Ratherne, Boquhumbry and First of Keir by a charter dated 7th may 1448 ( Lukas was the 4th great-grandson of Thoraldus de Strivelyn Vicecomes de Strivelyn )

Stirlings of Garden

( In the parish of Kippen and the County of Stirling )
A cadet of the Stirlings of Keir
First possessed as a separate estate by Sir John Stirling, Knight second son of Sir Archibald Stirling of Keir who acquired it upon his marriage in 1613

Stirlings of Kippendavie

( In the parish of Dunblane and County of Perth )
A cadet of the Stirlings of Keir
First possessed as a separate estate by Archibald, third son of Sir Archibald of Keir by a charter dated 5 August 1594

Stirling of Ardoch

( In the parish of Muthill and the County of Perth )
A cadet of the Stirlings of Keir
First possessed by William, second son of Sir John Stryveling of Keir, Knight and his wife Margaret Forrester in a charter given by his brother James dated 10 May 1543

Stirling of Bankell

(In the parish of Baldernock and County of Stirlingshire (now East Dunbartonshire)
A cadet of the Stirlings of Keir
First possessed by William Stirling of Bankell, who had the ward and nonentry of the land of Bankell in the parish of Baldernock from John, earl of Mar by disposition dated 14 July 1614. William was the 3rd son of Sir Archibald Stirling 5th of Keir

Stirlings of Hertfordshire

(In the county of Hertfordshire, England)
A cadet of the Stirlings of Bankelll
It is believed that William Sterling of Haverhill, Mass. Bay Colony, descends from this family.

Stirlings of Mansfield

(In the County of Mansfield )
A cadet of the Stirlings of Keir?
First held by Gilbert Stirling purportedly descended from Stirlings of Keir

Stirlings of Craigbarnard

(in the Parish of Campsie and County of Stirling)
A cadet of the Stirlings of Cadder
First held by Gilbert de Strivelyn ca 1430

Stirlings of Craigbarnet

(in the Parish of Campsie and County of Stirling)
A cadet of the Stirlings of Craigbarnard
First possessed by legal document, John de Striveling of Craigbarnard. Possibly by Duncan Stirling in 1406

Stirlings of Glorat

( In the parish of Campsie and the County of Stirling )
A cadet of the Stirlings of Craigbarnard
First possessed as a separate estate by William, second son of Sir John Striveling of Craigbarnard, Knight in a charter dated 10 October 1508 from Matthew, Earl of Lennox cousin to Sir John Striveling

Stirlings of Law

( In the parish of Old Kilpatrick and the County of Dumbartonshire )
A cadet of the Stirlings of Glorat
William Striueling of Glorat acquired the lands of Law from Sir James Hamilton of Fynnart, Knight in the year 1528

Stirlings of Ballagan

( In the parish of Strathblane and County of Stirling )
A cadet of the Stirlings of Glorat.
Walter Striuelyng of Ballagan received a charter from William Strivelyng of Glorat dated 5 June 1522.

Stirlings of Auchyll

( In the parish of Port, Stewartry of Menteith, and County of Perth )
A cadet of the Stirlings of Cadder
Thomas Stirling of Auchyll, was invested of these lands on 10 November 1498 by the Earl of Monteith. Thomas also had a charter for the same lands from King James IV

Stirlings of Herbertshire

( In the parish of Dunipace and County of Stirling )
A cadet of the Stirlings of Auchyll
John Stirling son of William Stirling of Auchyll, had a crown charter of the lands of Herbertshire, dated 1 December 1632

Stirlings of Lettyr

( In the County of Lanark )
A cadet of the Stirlings of Cadder

Stirlings of Drumpellier

( In the County of Lanark )
A cadet of the Stirlings of Lettyr
Chief of the name and arms Stirling claimed by Andrew Stirling of Drumpellier in 1818. Claim failed at law but was granted by the Lord Lyon in a patent dated 18 August 1818.

Stirlings Faskine

( Near Glasgow in the County of Lanark )
A cadet of the Stirlings of Drumpellier.
First held by Sir Walter Stirling of Faskine, Knight, Captain in Royal Navy. Appointed Commodore in 1781 and Commander-in-Chief at Nore

Stirlings of Glenesk

( in the County Forfar )
A cadet of Cadder?
Acquired at a very early period. The last male proprietor of the name was Sir John de Striveling whose daughter and heiress Catherine married in 1365 to Sir Alexander Lindsay, third son of Sir David Lindsay of Crawford. Sir David Lindsay of Glenesk who was created Earl of Crawford in 1398, was the eldest son of Sir Alexander Lindsay and Catherine Striveling

Stirlings of Tulyduvy

( In the County of Forfar )
Probably a collateral family of the Stirlings of Glenesk, first held by John Struieling of Tullyduffy who died between 3 February 1488 and 20 June 1494.

Stirlings of Easter Braikey

( In the parish of Kinnell and County of Forfar )
This is a branch of the Angus Stirlings the first of record is .. Peter de Strivelyng of Easter Braikey , who with his son John had a charter of these lands from Hugh Fraser, Lord of Lovat and of Kynnell dated 30 march 1407

Stirlings of Fairburn

Fairburn

( In the County Ross-shire )

A cadet of MacGregor of MacGregor?
Were originally MacGregors who were purportedly associated with Rob Roy MacGregor (1671-1734), a Jacobite supporter. When Clan MacGregor was outlawed by the English some took refuge with Clan Stirling and took the Stirling name.