Elizabeth Stirling (26 February 1819 – 25 March 1895) was an English composer. She was born in Greenwich, London, and studied music at the Royal Academy of Music with Edward Homes, W.B. Wilson, J.A. Hamilton and Sir George Macfarren. In 1837 she performed a recital at St. Katherine's Church, Regent's Park, which was reviewed by The Musical World. In 1839 she took a position as organist at All Saints' Poplar Church.