Jean de Biencourt de Poutrincourt (1557–1615) sailed from Dieppe, France, for Acadia (Port Royal settlement) with his son, Charles de Biencourt (1592–1624). Poutrincourt had made his first voyage to Acadia in 1604 with Pierre Dugua de Mons (and Samuel de Champlain). He was appointed governor of Port Royal in 1606 by de Mons. The British attacked and destroyed Port Royal in 1613 and Poutrincourt returned to France. (Also see Samuel de Champlain, May 16, 1604.)