While every house in Slovenia has a civic address, many houses also carry a household name. These names are how other people typically referred to that family. This house carries the name of Pavlinski. This name is most likely derived from the fact that this family was one of the first in the part of Balkovci known as Pavlini
Through the period of our studies, we have found two distinct houses which originally carried the Ivanovič surname in Pavlini. This is the first of the two houses (in order of house address). The Ivanovič surname is only originally found in Pavlini.
From the information we have collected so far, the original surname at this household was Ivanovič but there is no documented evidence of who this family was in any of the family books. The earliest information we have found so far documents a Čadonič family with roots from Zilje.
The oldest record we have found to date for a person from this house is for Marko Čadonič (Košutov from Zilje) b. 1823. He married Marija Grdun (Jurasova from Grduni) b. 1827. Together, they had at least 6 children, including:
1B. Barbara Čadonič b. 1855, m. 1877 to Matija Rogina (Golek pri Vinici 12).
1C. Marija Čadonič b. 1857, m. 1883 to Matija Peršič (Dugače 20) — they remained at this house.
1D. Marko Čadonič b. 1860, m. 1883 to Barbara Žunič (Kavranova from Vukobrati) — they lived at Pavlini 21.
Matija Peršič and his wife Marija Čadonič [1A] had 7 children, including:
2A. Ana Peršič b. 1885, m. 1904 to a man from Žubrinci 8.
2B. Matija Peršič b. 1886, m. 1909 to Katarina Pavlakovič (Vučičeva from Kroci) — they remained at this house.
2C. Jožef Peršič b. 1889. At this time, it is unknown what happened to him afterwards.
2D. Marija Peršič b. 1893, m. 1912 to a man from Milani 4.
2D. Franca Peršič b. 1906, m. 1927 to a Šubašič man (Prilišče 9).
Matija Peršič [2B] and his wife Katarina Pavlakovič had 5 children, including:
3A. Ana Peršič b. 1910. At this time, it is unknown what happened to her afterwards.