The family we know of today as the Gornji Hajduki have only been named this for about 100 years. They find their origins 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 35, and the new Hrastovkini at Zilje 42 likely named this because of Marija Gorše who was born in Hrast. In about 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.
1A. Marija Balkovec b. 1845, m. 1866 to Miha Žunič (Bacinov from Žuniči) — they remained at this house.
1B. Ana Balkovec b. 1848, m. 1873 to a man from Prilišće 46.
1C. Katarina Balkovec b. 1852, m. 1879 to Franc Domitrović (Milani 8)
Miha Žunič and his wife Marija Balkovec [1A] did not have any children.
Marija Balkovec [1A] m. 1869 to her second husband Miha Čemas (Peričin). Together they had 7 children, including:
2A. Peter Čemas b. 1870, m. 1897 to Magdalena Krotec (Preloka 32) — they remained at this house.
Peter Čemas [2A] and his wife Magdalena Krotec had 9 children, including:
3A. Barbara Čemas b. 1900, m. 1921 to Nikolaj Moravec (Moravčev).
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.