Claudine Gralliard or Graillard came to New France with her husband François Thomas and their daughter Jeanne Thomas. All parties remained here and died here, funeral found for all 3. Jeanne married here.
There is also a man, Pierre Chaillot https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Chaillot-6 who came here and married. On his marriage record in 1739, his parents are listed as the late François Chaillot and Claudine Graillard, of the parish of Sueur sur Saône, Dijon diocese. He was a worker in the Forges du St-Maurice (an industry established in early 18th century) per his marriage record.
https://www.fichierorigine.com/recherche?numero=350034 Fichier for Pierre Chaillot
Claudine Gralliard and her husband François Thomas are said to be from the diocese of Besançon in Franche-Comté (Doubs) by the few authors who deal with them. (no Fichier for them) I found one record which clearly indicates that François Thomas worked in the Forges du St-Maurice also.
My theory is that Claudine Gralliard/Graillard is one and the same woman, and that François Thomas was her second husband. Her name isn't that commonly used that I know of for the period, and they all seem to come from the same general area. The fact that both men worked at the forges makes the connection appear more likely still.
As a further note, François Thomas was godfather of Pierre Chaillot's first child (Pierre died in an accident, only had 2 children)
Any way of finding out if this is indeed the same woman?