New York Times, 5 October 1935

"Josie Scarborough Plans Her Bridal
She Will Be Married Here at Noon Today to George Sackett Miles.
Fiancé Studied Aviation
Kathleen Owen Sole Attendant—Best Man Will Be Sackett Brooks Miles.

Miss Josie Scarborough, daughter of Arthur Scarborough of Middleport, N.Y., and George Sackett Miles, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Frederick Miles of 1158 Fifth Avenue and Sackett Homestead, Warren, Conn., will be married this noon in the Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Dr. George A. Buttrick, the pastor, will perform the ceremony in the presence of relatives.
Miss Kathleen Owen will be the only attendant. Sackett Brooks Miles will be best man for his brother.
After the ceremony Mr. Miles and his bride will sail for Bermuda.
Miss Scarborough, a graduate of Columbia University, is descended from the Scarborough and Arlington families of England and the Drum family, which was among the first to settle in Western New York State.
Mr. Miles attended the Riverdale Country School of this city, Cornell University and the Guggenheim School of Aeronautics at New York University. He is a descendant of the Rev. John Myles of Swansea, Wales, who came to this country in 1663, and of John Adams, who settled in Cambridge, Mass, before 1650.
Through his mother, who before her marriage was Miss Margaret R. Sackett, he is a grandson of the late Augustine Sackett of this city. Mr. Miles is of the seventh generation of the Sackett family to occupy the Sackett home at Warren, Litchfield County. His father is secretary for New York State of the Society of Colonial Wars."