The Markovi household at Zilje 29, along with the Lanarkini and Košuti, likely have their common ancestry at the Košuti. The status animarum records each of these households having 1/3 Hübe, which may indicate they are delniki, although we have no direct evidence of this. When the Lanarkini at Zilje 30 produced no children that lived into adulthood, Marko Čadonič (Markov) from Zilje 29 moved in with his family, transferring the name Markovi to Zilje 30, where it remains today. The lineage at the original Markovi household ended in the 1920s, and most of the family moved to the USA. This original Markovi house no longer exists, and was likely directly east of the current Markovi house at Zilje 30, probably under, what is now, the new road.
The oldest record we have for an ancestor of this family is for Marko Čadonič and his wife Margareta. They had at least one child:
1A. Ive Čadonič, m. to Kata Brozovič — we do not know where they lived
Ive Čadonič [1A] and Kata Brozovič had at least 3 children:
2A. Niko Čadonič b. 1792, m. 1811 to Ane Žalec (Žalčeva) — they probably built the new house and started the Markovi
Niko Čadonič [2A] and Ane Žalec had at least 4 children, including:
3A. Ive Čadonič b. 1814, m. 1837 to Ane Čadonič (Oficirka) — they lived at this house
Ive Čadonič [3A] and Ane Čadonič had at least 5 children, including:
4B. Ive Čadonič b. 1847, m. 1869 to Kata Balkovec (Gornja Baljkovska) — they lived at this house
4C. Ane Čadonič b. 1850, m. 1869 to Jure Balkovec (Gornji Baljkovski) — they lived at the Gornji Baljkovci
Ive Čadonič [4B] and Kata Balkovec had at least 8 children (many dying as children), including:
5A. Franc Čadonič b. 1883, m. 1904 to Mare Starešinič from Preloka 39 — they lived at this house
5B. Jože Čadonič b. 1887, moved to the USA in 1905
5C. Kata Čadonič b. 1893, d. in Pittsburgh, USA
Franc Čadonič [5A] and Mare Starešinič but had at least 2 children in Pittsburgh, USA:
6A. William Cadonic b. 1912, became a priest, d. 1974 in San Diego, California
6B. Angeline Cadonič b. ca. 1915, m. 1938 to Francis L Kompare
Frank Cadonic [5A] died in 1917 in Pittsburgh.
After the family moved to Pittsburgh, the house was abandoned and quickly fell into ruin. It is likely the new road has been built over its foundations.