As Kyla notes in another answer, Philibert's marriage and burial acts are in the Orne archives. I am struggling to read the marriage record, but I did notice that it seems to agree with what is stated on the profile. Notably, Philibert's parents are not mentioned.
In Before the King's Daughters: The Filles à Marier, 1634-1662, Gagné (p.47, under his wife's entry) states that Philibert was a plowman. It seems odd that this man of seemingly lowly origins would be the grandson of supposed noble Gallien Tramblay, which is currently PPP'ed by EuroAristo. I say supposed because that profile also seems to lack any sourcing that would definitely classify him as such. Worse, the classification may be giving the lineage more credibility than it ought to have.
I recommend adding the EuroAristo tag to see if this can be sorted out. If the Tremblay family was truly aristocratic, then there might be other methods we could use to source the lineage.