wood-engraver, son of Abraham Mason and brother of Walter and George Mason , was born in London. He came to Sydney with George. Soon afterwards the two announced their services as draughtsmen and wood engravers in the Sydney Morning Herald of 22 March 1850, from premises in Crown Street. Charles married Annie Carnell in 1853. They had no children. Although listed as a wood engraver in Sands’ Sydney Directory , no examples of Charles’s work have yet been identified. He is buried in Balmain Cemetery.
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