"Anne MARTIN/MATCHONON b. 1614 was the daughter of Abraham MARTIN dit L'ECOSSAIS (1589-1664) and an unknown Huron-Wendat woman; and she was the sister of MATCHONON "a Savage" (according to the Jesuits) b. 1609 baptised 3 Nov 1634 as Joseph MARTIN and Eustache MARTIN b. 1621."
I could not find in the reference of the Jesuit Relations the passage about the fact that Anne would be the sister of a Joseph Martin, metis children of Abraham.The church records do not talk about it.I am not saying it is not true, because given the reality of the time and the reputation of Abraham Martin, it is entirely possible.It would be very interesting however to have it proven.If you have the quote, please print it here.It would save many people time for a futile search for a Anne Marin in France.
On another note, in one of the references (dgarneau - telus site) it is said that because a woman's arrival was not recorded, it was because she was a Metis.That was not the only reason.Recording of people arriving was not as complete as we would like to see it.In addition, those of Huguenot origin were considered "illegal"and hence often not recorded after 1632.Abraham Martin was a Huguenot and was tolerated because he had arrived before the rule. However, many more slipped in - and could not be officially reported.This could be the case of the Langlois sisters and of Jean Coste.They eventually became integrated as long as they behaved as good catholics.