The originator of the Fajtiči houshold at Zilje 51 is most likely Anton Jaketič, the illegitimate son of Ana Jaketič (Perušičeva), who had married into the Moracvi. Her husband Matija Moravec (Moravčev), died in 1861, and Anton was born in 1866 at the Moravci. Ana married widower Nikolaj Čemas (Mali Majiščar) when Anton was 8 years old. Anton grew up with Franc Čemas (Mali Majiščar) who would later marry into the Dolnji Brožiči, potentially explaining the closeness of the Fajtič and Dolnji Brožič families. The origin of the Fajtič name is unknown, but it bears particular resemblance to the English word fight. Anton no doubt learned this word on his many travels to Pittsburgh between 1896 and 1911. The Fajtič household was abandoned in the mid 20th century.
The oldest record we have found to date for a person from this house is for Anton Jaketič b. 1866. He married Ana Čadonič (Dolnja Stegnečka). Together they had 5 children:
1A. Ana Jaketič b. 1896, m. 1928 to Johan Runtič (Kovačji Grad 4).
1B. Franc Pavel Jaketič b. 1902, m. 1927 to Katarina Čadonič (Biričeva from Balkovci) — they remained at this house.