Sratsimir (Bulgarian: Срацимир; fl. 1324–31) was a Bulgarian magnate with the title of Despot, holding the territory of Kran. It is unclear when he received the governorship of Kran; he held it before and during the reign of his son, Ivan Alexander (r. 1331–71).[need quotation to verify] He married Keratsa Petritsa, a member of the Shishman dynasty, with whom he had five children. He is the eponymous founder of the Sratsimir dynasty.
- Ivan Alexander, Despot of Lovech, who ascended on the throne as emperor of Bulgaria after a coup d'état in 1331.
- Helena, married Serbian King Stefan Dušan in 1332.
- John Komnenos Asen, who was made Despot of Valona by his brother-in-law Stefan Dushan of Serbia.
- Michael, Despot of Vidin
- Андреев, Йордан; Лазаров, Иван; Павлов, Пламен (1999). Кой кой е в средновековна България [Who is Who in Medieval Bulgaria] (in Bulgarian). Петър Берон. pp. 9–10, 351. ISBN 978-954-402-047-7.
- T︠S︡onko Enev (1997). Vladetelskite namestnit︠s︡i na Bŭlgarii︠a︡, VII-XIX vek. p. xv.