The grave site of former Texas Ranger, Capt. N.D. McMillin, will be marked with the Texas Rangers Memorial Cross Sunday afternoon, October 28th at 2:00p.m.in the McMillin Cemetery in northeastern San Saba County. Local county officials, family members and former Texas Rangers will participate in the commemoration ceremony.A vital part of the Former Texas Rangers Association (FTRA) is to preserve the true history of the Texas Rangers and to provide landmarks relating to the Texas Rangers. The marking of the Rangers' graves with the Texas Rangers' Memorial Cross is just one activity that fulfills this mission. With the help of local historical commissions and Ranger descendants, the Texas Ranger Memorial Cross Program researches, identifies, and documents the burial sites of Texas Rangers statewide and places the Memorial Cross at the resting place of the honored Rangers.The cross, with the mounted Ranger circle star badge, is a fitting landmark relating to the preservation of our Texas heritage. The Texas Ranger Memorial Cross is furnished to members of the FTRA as a benefit of membership. There is no cost to the member for the cross or participation in the ceremony by the association. It is one of the many benefits afforded members. Any member who is a descendant of a Texas Ranger can apply for the cross to be provided to them for installation. The Former Texas Rangers Association would like to invite any Ranger, Ranger member, or descendant of a Texas Ranger, to join the Association. The Texas Ranger Memorial Cross Program is funded in part by a grant from the Texas Historical Foundation, the Henderson Family, Dale Williamson and numerous anonymous donations.For information on membership, Memorial Crosses, or donation, contact FTRA by mail at P.O. Box 3195, Fredericksburg, TX 78624, or phone at (830) 990-1192.