Here are a few key dates in Cramond's history.
8500 BC - Archaeological evidence suggests that people lived here at this time, making Cramond one of the earliest sites of human habitation in Scotland.
142 AD - The Romans establish a fort at Cramond. Its remains were discovered in 1954.
Early 15th Century - Cramond Tower was built. It is the remains of a larger nce a manor house occupied by the of the Bishops of Dunkeld.
1665 - Cramond Kirk is founded.
18th & 19th Centuries - Cramond develops as an iron-milling and oyster-fishing village.
Late 19th Century - The introduction of the railway to nearby Barnton and Davidson's Mains makes Cramond a desirable residential dormitory for Edinburgh.
2010 - s1cramond is launched to let residents discuss local issues, place small ads, air their opinions, advertise events and show off pictures and video.
Now it's your turn!
That's the briefest of brief summaries, and hardly covers the most important dates. But this is where you come in. There's lots of interest in local history and lots of local knowledge out there - so why not share it here?
Perhaps you'd like to start your own article about another aspect of Cramond history? There must also be a wealth of wonderful photographs of Cramond in years gone by - maybe even some video of more recent events - and those are more than welcome here. Remember, history doesn't need to be in black and white! It's good to bring back memories of just a few years ago, too.
Post it all here, and let's see if we can really chronicle the history of Cramond in a way we can all share!