Golder Cottage: Armistice Stories from Upper Hutt

Golder Cottage: Armistice Stories from Upper Hutt

Armistice Stories from Upper Hutt - A tale of 3 ladies

Written and researched by noted researcher and genealogist Lynly Yates, we will tell the stories in the first person of three Upper Hutt women affected by the First World War:

May Maud Banks, who lost her brother, 2nd Lieutenant Henry Dunbar Banks, regimental number 37098. Annie Louisa Stanley (nee Banks), who lost her husband and brother. And Alice Verna Stanley who lost her father, Private Thomas James Stanley regimental number 72/4094.

The display will tell their stories because it is close to Armistice Day on November 11.

Attendees can also explore the cottage during their visit.

We encourage everyone to sign in with our QR-code- or sign the register provided- and use the hand sanitiser provided.


No booking is required

Location: 707 Fergusson Drive, Elderslea, UPPER HUTT 5018

Cost: $5 adults, $3 school-age children, under 5s free entry. No eftpos available

Contact: vibranthv@gmail.com, 04 528 9855

Accessibility: The cottage is not wheelchair accessible upstairs

Golder Homestead Museum Trust

The Golder Homestead Museum Trust, a volunteer group who run the 144-year-old pioneer cottage, owned by the Golder Family, as a Museum, open every Saturday throughout the year from 1.30-4pm and all public holidays (apart from Christmas Day and Good Friday).

Recent post