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I will take a look and see what I can find.
Were you able to find his family in the 1850 Census?
Is this what you were looking for?
This 1850 census shows him with his family including David and Isadore. The surname is misspelled (which is normal in 1850) but it looks like the correct record for him and his family. Beginning on line 20.
Ancestry trees are usually not complete or always accurate. That is why primary records such as the census are always preferred. Louisa probably married by the later census so her name changed, or as you say she may have died which was not uncommon in that era.
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It's possible, but iffy. If she didn't survive there would be no marriage record. If the marriage record was kept to begin with or if it survived (the elements, fire, flood, etc.). But I will look for you after you accept this first answer which was "Did he have any children?" which has definitely been answered for you.
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Then I will look for Louisa's marriage information.
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