Richard of Stirling, master, official of Dunblane (d.1284×87)
Watt and Murray, Fasti, 120: Richard appears as official of Dunblane on 16 May 1266.
Watt, Graduates, 525-6: Richard of Stirling took his surname from Stirling, though he is from unknown origins. He is not known to have been related to any other 'of Stirling' members. He was master by 1259 and held a canonry of Dunblane by 22 August 1259 and may have had a prebend in the form of a pension rather than a benefice. He also held Strageath (now Muthill, PER), perhaps being given it as early as 1259. All of his offices he held until his death. He is the first known official of Dunblane and had demitted this office by 21 February 1269. He is also found as the chamberlain of Malise, earl of Strathearn on 12 November 1266, an office he had also demitted before November 1271. He last appears on 31 October 1284 and was dead by 21 September 1287.