The household name Ivičini likely originated ca. 1830 when this household was split between two brothers, Ive and Mikula Jaketič. Ive remained at home, hence the Ivičini name, and Mikula built a house next door, starting the Mikulaši. The name Batiči either predates the name Ivičini, or was the new house name after the end of the Jaketič line and start of the Čadonič line at Zilje 2.
The 1674 Tax Register records a Miha and Jakob Jaketič resident in Zilje.
The oldest record we have found to date for a person from this house Jure Jaketič. He and his wife had at least 1 child, including:
1A. Marko Jaketič b. ca. 1760, m. 1779 to Helena Pavlakovič from Grduni — they remained at this house.
Marko Jaketič [1A] and his wife Helena Pavlakovič had 5 children, including:
2A. Ive Jaketič b. 1786, m. 1802 to Kata Žunič — they remained at this house.
2B. Marko Jaketič b. 1794, died at the age of 73 in Vinica.
2D. Ane Jaketič b. 1801, m. 1821 to Jurij Brkopec from Vinica 11.
Marko Jaketič [1A] m. 1802 to his second wife Ane Žunič but did not have any children with her.
Marko Jaketič [1A] m. ca. 1806 to his third wife Ane Blažetič. Together they had 2 children:
2E. Bare Jaketič, b. 1806, m. to Johan Balkovec from Balkovci 18.
2F. Jelka Jaketič b. 1807, m. 1829 to Joža Domitrović from Milani.
Marko Jaketič [1A] m. ca. 1809 to his fourth wife Ane Gregoraš. Together they had 1 child:
2G. Dora Jaketič b. 1809. At this time, it is unknown what happened to her afterwards.
Ive Jaketič [2A] and his wife Kata Žunič had 3 children, including:
3A. Matija Jaketič b. 1809. At this time, it is unknown what happened to him afterwards.
3B. Kata Jaketič b. 1813, m. 1842 to Miha Jaketič (Gornji Lugarov).
3C. Ana Jaketič b. 1815. At this time, it is unknown what happened to her afterwards.
Ive Jaketič [2A] m. 1818 to his second wife Jelka Čadonič (Lanarkina). Together they had 7 children, including:
3D. Jurij Jaketič b. 1819. At this time, it is unknown what happened to him afterwards.
3E. Mare Jaketič b. 1821, m. 1842 to Matija Bosanec (Bosanci 4).
3F. Bare Jaketič b. 1823, m. 1860 to Nikolaj Spahič (Spahići 2) — they remained at this house.
3G. Marko Jaketič b. 1825. At this time, it is unknown what happened to him afterwards.
3I. Ana Jaketič b. 1833. died at the age of 21. At this time, it is unknown if she was ever married or had children.
Since Ive Jaketič [2A] only had one son [3H] late in life, Ive [2A] and his wife Jelka (Lanarkina) likely asked her brother Mate Čadonič (Lanarkin) to move to Zilje 2 to help with running the farm. This was a good offer for Mate, since, back home at the Lanarkini, his older brother would have been the heir to the family farm.
4A. Kata Čadonič b. 1840, m. 1867 to Niko Tomac (Pribanjci 19).
4B. Jure Čadonič b. 1843, m. 1868 to Ane Čemas (Izklančeva) — they remained at this house.
4C. Mate Čadonič b. 1846, m. 1897 to Jelka Jaketič (Dolnja Lugarova).
4D. Ane Čadonič b. 1854, m. 1885 to Miha Jaketič (Dolnji Lugarov).
Jure Čadonič [4B] and his wife Ane Čemas had 10 children, including:
4A. Jure Čadonič b. 1868, m. 1905 to Mare Pavlakovič (Vučičeva from Kroci) — they remained at this house.
4B. Mare Čadonič b. 1870, m. 1894 to Jure Muhič (Nova Lipa 41).
4C. Ane Čadonič b. 1872. At this time, it is unknown what happened to her afterwards.
4D. Mate Čadonič b. 1876, died at the age of 22 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. At this time, it is unknown if he was ever married or had children.
4E. Kata Čadonič b. 1879, m. 1904 to Matija Čemas (Majiščarski).
Jurij Čadonič [4A] and his wife Marij Pavlakovič had 7 children, including: