Thanks for trying to care for that profile, Navarro. Interesting woman!
It seems to me that you have a WRITING project there. That is, you need to replace computer-generated strings of text with standard English sentences, and in the absence of good documentation, you need to couch your account of her life in wording like "According to traditions passed down through the XYZ family of LMNOP, Titamag was...." It looks there may be some sourced content about her life with her husband, so be sure to use footnotes to identify your sources. Just don't make it sound like something is a fact unless you have reliable evidence. So instead of starting a biography with "Titamag was born about 1750...", you might start with what you are reasonably convinced that you know ("Titamag was a Cree woman of Rupert's Land who was a wife to Englishman John Favell, a trader for the Hudson's Bay Company."), then follow that with the details that you need to mention, but that are just guesses and estimates ("She is estimated to have been born in [PLACE] in about 1750.").
PS - I think she's a First Peoples, not a Native American. Thus, I'd use the First Peoples sticker and not also the Native American sticker. But you might have a reason to want to use both.