In the War of 1812 (1812-1815) the United States declared war on England because of trade restrictions, impressment, and British support for Indian attacks. They signed the Treaty of Ghent on December 24, 1814 after reaching a stalemate.
She married Basil Dearth on June 5, 1799 in Washington County.
Their children included:
Harvey Dearth (1802, married Mary Gaskill),
Charles Fox Dearth (1804, married Elizabeth Kerr),
Edward Dearth (1806, married Marie Elma Cregg),
Asael Dearth (1808, married Louisa Cushman and Phoebe McCowan),
Mary Dearth Lightfoot (1810, married William Lightfoot),
Sarah B. Dearth Strouder (1812),
Absalom Fox Dearth (died young),
Elizabeth (Eliza) Dearth Hall, Anker F. Dearth Loy (1818, married Jacob Loy),
Rebecca Dearth Long (1820),
and Ivy S. Dearth Robertson (1822).
Basil died in September, 1822. She died on September 14, 1848 in Warren County, Ohio. They are buried in Springboro Cemetery, Warren County, Ohio with other family members.
Mrs Anker Loy, wife of Job Loy died at her home in this city, Sunday evening August 23rd, at 8:30 o'clock, at the age of 67. Funeral sermon were held Thursday, August 25th at 10:30 am at the residence, Rev R.R. Wescot officiating. The funeral service will be preached by Rev W.W. Merrit, of Red Oak next Sabbath at the Universalist church. He was detained from being here to conduct the funeral service.
Mrs Loy was a native of Ohio, and one of the earliest settlers of the county. She was married forty nine years ago, and her golden wedding anniversary would have occurred in June next. Her husband, three sons, and two daughters survive to mourn the loss of a devoted christian wife and mother. They have the cordial and universal condolence of this community.
Jacob [Job] Loy, aged 81 years, died at his home in this city last Sunday, Oct 4. The funeral took place from the residence at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday; services conducted by Rev W.W. Merrit of Red Oak, and were attended by a throng of relatives and sympathizing friends. Mr Loy had lived in this community many years, and was held in high esteem. He was a member of the Universalist church. His body was interred beside that of his wife, who died only a few weeks since.