Thanks for the rapid response.The year is 1634. It does not say that he is the son of Abraham Martin. It also said that Joseph died shortly thereafter.He would not have left any descendant. Officially Abraham Martin came with his family in 1617 with Louis Hébert - he could not be the father of a Anne born in New France in 1614 - unless he came by himself with Champlain - which is what some people think.
As for the recording, you can see that the official records were selective.The first nations people who were baptized were not recorded in the official parish records.
I know it seems odd that all was not recorded, but as I read the Jesuit relations (thanks for the link) I find that they talk very little about the Europeans that were with them. Servants are seldom named.It is to the point that for years we were not sure who stayed behind with the Kirke brothers in 1629.It is only now that more records are available in France that we see copies of engagement contracts and some ship passengers that we know that Abraham Martin and his family went back to Dieppe (where they had another baby) and came back in 1632.(http://www.migrations.fr/salamandreetlionne1632.htm) and (http://www.fichierorigine.com/detail.php?numero=290146) As far as the origins of people, many did not say where they came from.At first I found this really odd, where even people's trade were recorded in most registries in France.I came to the conclusion that when the origin was unkown, it was more like it was not disclosed - often because of the religious factors.I can see why the Metis face an even bigger problem in tracing their ancestry.