- The name is also "Resch" and "Rush" in records. I assume she immigrated. She must have been in the US, and married to Ramé, by the mid-1830s.
According to the the St. Louis Catholic Church Archivist: 21 June 1836 Antonius Ram, son of Ludovicus (Ludwig or Louis) and Maria Francesca Claire and Victoria Rusch, daughter of Joseph and Maria Gangloff marriage performed by Fr. Alexander Pax, no witnesses given.
On the 1850 census, as "Victoria Rohm," she is living with an "M. Rush," male aged 67, born in France. Is this an error for her mother? Or another older relation? I see no "Rush" or "Rusch" in city directories around that year.
Also, no husband is listed as living with her, and she has no profession either. There is no "Rame," or an Anthony with a close last name, in the Buffalo city "commercial advertiser" directories between 1849 and 1859
This following might be her; the age matches, at least. If so, she was married after she arrived:
Name: Victoria Riess
Arrival Date: Jul 5, 1842
Port of Arrival: New York
Port of Departure: Havre
Place of Origin: France
Family Identification: 30093740
Microfilm Serial Number: M237
Microfilm Roll Number: 49
On the 1880 census she is living with “daughter” Luise Bisantz, aged 37; and “son” Anton Bisantz”, aged 5. This must be Mary Louisa and Anthony; her daughter’s husband, Anthony Bisantz Jr., had died in 1875, and so after this they all moved in together. She and her parents were born in Alsace, and her daughter was born in New York, and so with her grandson. The children were born in “New York” State according to the 1900 census.