The family we know of today as the Gornji Hajduki have only been named this for about 100 years. They originated from the original Hajduk household at Zilje 25 (today the Dolnji Hajduki), and ca. 1857 built the new house Zilje 42 just east, across the road. At this point, we then had Gornji Hajduki (or just Hajduki) at Zilje 25, and the new Dolnji Hajduki (or, according to the status animarum, Hrastovkini) at Zilje 42. Circa 1900, according to oral tradition, the Hrastovkini evicted the Dolnji Krčmari from their house at Zilje 35 and moved in there. It is at this point they became known as the Gornji Hajduki for purely geographic reasons.
The originator of this household is Miko Balkovec (Hajdukov) and his wife Marija Gorše, who had at least 4 children, including:
1A. Mare Balkovec b. 1845 at the Hajduki, m. 1866 to Miha Žunič — they lived at this house
1B. Ane Balkovec b. 1848 at the Hajduki, m. 1873 in Prilišće 46
1C. Kata Balkovec b. 1852 at the Hajduki, m. 1879 to Franje Domitrović from Milani 8
Miko Balkovec and Marija Gorše built a new house, Zilje 42, ca. 1857. They became known as the Hrastovkini.
1D. Peter Balkovec b. 1858 at the Hrastovkini, d. 1859
Mare Balkovec [1A] and Miha Žunič had no children, and he died in 1867. Mare [1A] married her second husband Miha Čemas (Peričin). They had at least 7 children, including:
2A. Peter Čemas b. 1870, m. 1897 to Magda Krotec from Preloka 32 — they lived at this house
2B. Bare Čemas b. 1875, m. 1897 to Jure Medoš from Učakovci 8
2C. Kata Čemas b. 1879, m. 1902 to Nikolaj Balkovec from Hrast 34
2D. Jelka Čemas b. 1884, m. 1908 to Peter Panjan from Hrast 47
Peter Čemas [2A] and Magda Krotec had at least 9 children, including:
3A. Bare Čemas b. 1900
3B. Franc Pavel Čemas b. 1902
According to oral tradition, Peter Čemas [2A] evicted the Dolnji Krčmari family from their house at Zilje 35 ca. 1903. The Hrastovkini then moved into Zilje 35 and continued having more children. The name of the household changed to Gornji Hajduki, since they now lived west of the (Dolnji) Hajduki. From this point, the Hrastovkini house was abandoned.