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), some children moved to the USA, and the remaining family eventually moved to Damelj where a son had married.
1A. Kata Čadonič b. 1829, m. 1851 to Jure Špelić from Johi 5
1C. Mare Čadonič b. 1838, m. November 1865 to Miko Johović from Johi 8
1D. Miko Čadonič b. 1840, m. November 1865 to Jelka Ivanovič (Dolnja Mihelova) — they lived at this house
1E. Ive Čadonič b. 1842, m. 1881 to Ana Juršinič in Hrast 6
Jure Čadonič married his second wife Ane Tomec ca. 1847. They had at least 4 children, including:
1G. Jože Čadonič b. 1850, m. 1879 to Frančiška Štelzig (Vinica 33) — they married and lived in Omaha, Nebraska
1H. Miha Čadonič b. 1852, moved to the USA after 1872
1I. Mate Čadonič b. 1855, moved to the USA
1J. Tomaž Čadonič b. 1862, moved to the USA
Mate Čadonič (Krčmarov) and Bara Krotec married in 1848. They then moved in with the family of Jure Čadonič at Zilje 35, and were known as the Kokuljari. They had at least 2 children, including:
1K. Miko Čadonič b. 1850, d. 1909 in a hospital in Karlovac
Miko Čadonič [1D] and Jelka Ivanovič had at least 2 children, including:
2A. Jure Čadonič b. 1870, moved to the USA after 1888
2B. Jože Čadonič b. 1873, moved to the USA after 1889
2C. Valentin Čadonič b. 1891, m. 1914 to Katarina Žagar (Damelj 1)
Miko Čadonič [1D] and his family were evicted from their house by the Hrastovkini (Gornji Hajduki) ca. 1900. For some years they lived at the Kosovkini-Dejankini with Miko’s brother Jure 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.
2D. Bare Čemas b. 1900 at the Hrastovkini
2E. Franc Pavel Čemas b. 1902 at the Hrastovkini
2F. Miko Čemas b. 1908 in Zilje 35, now the Gornji Hajduki
2G. Ane Čemas b. 1913 in Zilje 35