The Dolnji Krčmari family at Zilje 35 originated at the Gornji Krčmari at Zilje 26. Two brothers eventually lived here, one whose family continued to be known as (Dolnji) Krčmari, the other whose family was known as the Kokuljari (kokulj is the name of a particular species of bird, and is also the name of a weed that grows amongst wheat).
The Dolnji Krčmari, according to oral tradition, were evicted from their house by the Hrastovkini (descendents of the Hajduki) of Zilje 42 ca. 1900. The Dolnji Krčmari moved to the Dejankini (where they had close relatives) while some children moved to the USA, and the remaining family eventually moved to Damelj where a son had married.
1A. Katarina Čadonič b. 1829, m. 1851 to Jurij Špelić (Johi 5).
1B. Jurij Čadonič b. 1836, m. 1865 to Marija Cvetaš (Kosovkina).
1C. Marija Čadonič b. 1838, m. 1865 to Nikolaj Johović (Johi 8).
1D. Nikolaj Čadonič b. 1840, m. 1865 to Helena Ivanovič (Dolnja Mihelova) — they remained at this house.
Jurij Čadonič m. 1847 to his second wife Ana Tomec (Podklanec 19). Together they had 4 children:
1G. Jože Čadonič b. 1850, m. 1879 to Franca Štelzig (Vinica 33).
1H. Miha Čadonič b. 1852. At this time, it is unknown what happened to him afterwards.
1I. Matija Čadonič b. 1855. At this time, it is unknown what happened to him afterwards.
1J. Tomaž Čadonič b. 1862. At this time, it is unknown what happened to him afterwards.
Matija Čadonič (Krčmarov) and his wife Barbara Krotec had 2 children, including:
1K. Nikolaj Čadonič b. 1850, died at the age of 59 in Karlovac. At this time, it is unknown if he was ever married or had children.
Nikolaj Čadonič [1D] and his wife Helena Ivanovič had 2 children, including:
2A. Jurij Čadonič b. 1870. At this time, it is unknown what happened to him afterwards.
2B. Jože Čadonič b. 1873. At this time, it is unknown what happened to him afterwards.
In about 1900, Nikolaj Čadonič [1D] and his family were evicted from their house by the Hrastovkini. For some years they lived at the Kosovkini with Nikolaj’s brother Jurij Čadonič [1B]. They eventually moved to Damelj and lived with their son Valentin [2C]. This was the end of the lineage of Krčmari at Zilje 35.
Peter Čemas (Hrastovkin) and his wife Magdalena Krotec (Preloka 32) had 9 children, including:
2G. Ana Čemas b. 1913, m. 1932 to Janko Radovič (Sravni from Preloka).
2H. Peter Čemas b. 1916, m. 1947 to Ana Šegina (Milani 4).
Franc Pavel Čemas [2E] and his wife Ana Moravec had 3 children.