PRDH Individu #44772 record for Jeanne Auneau : Immigrant, * & b. ~1624 somewhere in France, d. & s. 1697-02-11 at Trois-Rivières, m. < 1647 somewhere in Québec with Pierre Lefebvre, son of Pierre & Jeanne Culiloup. Ind. #44772 record notes that contrary to rumours to that effect, there is no reason to believe that Jeanne Auneau is Amerindian. There is no mention of Jeanne Auneau's parent in the record.
Such absence of immigrant's known parents is completely consistent with rumours of Amerindian origins since similar rumour claims exist for several other woman who immigrated to New France and whose parents are not known..
Regarding Jeanne Auneau's marriage, Pierre Lefebvre By Thomas J. Laforest says : "Neither the civil nor marriage record have been recovered. However, a contract recorded by Severin Ameau, dated 2 September 1663, indicates that our ancestor was a native of Sceaux and that his father was also named Pierre."
See also Kathleen Juneau Roy's Il était une fois, Gentilly - Pierre Lefebvre, which is excellent including in terms of saying that though several genealogists believe Jeanne Auneau to have Amerindian origins no proof exists supporting such claims. Note however that Juneau Roy seems to stumble in the article's first 2 paragraphs about Pierre Lefebvre being born in Mortagne instead of in Sceaux.
Edit2&3: Typo & grammar