I am hopeful to get more information on the origin of Jeanne Aunois. Apparently she is listed with various spellings of her surname in various documents, Aunois, Auneau,Aunos, Onaus, Nounou. I am unclear if there is a definitive answer as to whether she was Amerindienne, or not. I note that the marriage of Pierre Couc dit Lafleur de Cognac and Marie Miteouamigoukoué, there is a witness whose appears to be Bartholemew Aunois (Auan8i or Anara8i) who is there on behalf of Marie Mite8ameg8k8e (Miteouamigoukoué) , who is Algonquin. I am also intrigued by the LeFebvre family's side by side share of a seigneurie at what is now Becancour with Nicolas Marsolet, who came to Québec as a truchemen or translator/diplomat in 1613 (most likely) and was fluent enough in Montagnais to operate a trading post at Tadoussac for a number of years.
Clearly she lived in a mixed race world, but what was her origin?
Alternatively does anyone know the documentary source of Marcel Trudel's listing of Jeanne as Femme a marier who emigrated from France?