Richard le Roy was the father of Siméon Le Roy, a man born in Normandy who migrated to Canada, New France before eventually settling in New Netherland. Richard and his wife are named as Siméon's parents on their son's marriage act, so this point is settled.
However, nothing more is known about Richard. The archives of the parish of Créances (in the current-day Manche department) do not go further back than 1725 (on line, at least) - more than 100 years after Richard's supposed birth. I don't see any reliable source confirming the parent currently attached to Richard, Jacques Le Roux, and believe that Richard's parents should be left as unknown.
In addition to what is in the Research Notes section on Richard's profile, I'll add that the names "Le Roux" and "Le Roy" are very different names (from my perspective) and it's very unlikely they would have been confused in France.
I'd also like to change the Last Name At Birth for Richard to "le Roy" which is the style found on his son's marriage act (the only record we have) and is more conform to the usual style in France at the time.
Please post here if you have more information. Is there any evidence suggesting we should keep Jacques Le Roux as father of Richard?