Insomnia has its good sides. Sort of. As I couldn’t sleep for too long, I gave in; I thus went back to my computer and visited the Website of the Archives départementales du Calvados, in France, to continue looking through the index of Saint-Germain de Lisieux Parish. I then thought I might as well take advantage of the fact that due to some technical problems for this Website all viewings are free for now. So, I searched through the parish of Saint-André du Mesnil-Durand from the very first page.
Thank God for that: I found a “new” big sister for my ancestor Mathieu Hubou! I had already identified Katherine, baptized at the end of 1622 (Mathieu was baptized in 1626). This time, let me introduce to you Anne, baptized on May 21, 1619.
The quality of the image is very poor as you can see.
Yet, with my photo software, I was able to obtain this improved version:
Here is what I could spell out from it until now:
anne fille de nicollad hubout fut baptisée vingt et un iniesme de May aud an  son parrein mic[hel?] gouppil et sa marreine anne femme??? à guill[aume?] ________ ????
anne daughter of nicollad hubout was baptized on the twenty-first of May of the said year  her godfather was mic[hel?] gouppil and her godmother anne wife??? of guill[aume?] ________????
Nicolas’ mother was Jeanne Goupil so it is most likely that this Goupil is a relative of the family.
And here is the new family tree: