I would be quite surprised if the parents shown on WikiTree are correct. The family name is different (though not different enough to completely rule out a family connection), the region is different (Perche is not near Vendée at all).
The father attached to Suzanne is known as the father of another pioneer, Pierre Micheau, from Fontenay-le-Comte, with 4 other known children, none called Suzanne. Antoine Micheau's children born between 1625 and 1640 (and probably also the eldest, born 1622, though her mother is not mentioned) were born to Marie Train, who died in 1662, so he can't have been married to someone else at the time Suzanne was born. I guess Marie Lorrain is either a bad transcription of "Train" or the result of a conflation with another couple (from "Select Marriages"?). Anthoine had the name Michel added to his profile (I removed it, if there is a source for it, it is easy to add it back), it is not clear where that comes from. I have no idea where all the ancestors added to Anthoine Micheau come from either. An online book with genealogies of minor noble families, perhaps?
Fichier Origine has some info on Anthoine, as Pierre Micheau's father.
To me this looks like two families conveniently, or naively, cobbled together with the help of a somewhat similar name (Migaud/Michaud) so that Suzanne's descendants may enjoy one or two additional generations of ancestors. And then it got disseminated, etc. etc. I could be completely wrong, but that's what it looks like, at first sight.