This household at Zilje 46 was named Čemas-Majiščari by the status animarum, but only for its location on the Majišče and the surname of its founder, Miha Čemas. It seems all of his children were born at the Čemasi, and at some point in the late 1880s, he built this home with his wife, Marija Benec. None of their children remained at the house, so this line of Čemasi ended in Zilje, but continued in Montana, USA. The name Klemeni is derived from a man named Klemen who moved into this house with his wife from the Peričini much later.
1A. Barbara Čemas b. 1870, m. 1887 to Marko Balkovec (Vukov).
1B. Miha Čemas b. 1877, m. 1901 in Montana to Ana Čemas (Šoštarova) — they lived in Montana and Arizona.
1C. Marija Čemas b. 1880, At this time, it is unknown what happened to her afterwards.
1D. Katarina Čemas b. 1883, m. 1901 to Jure Čadonič (Dolnji Stegneč).
Miha Čemas [1B] and his wife Ana Čemas had at least 7 children in Montana and Arizona, including:
2A. George M Chemas b. 1902, m. 1929 in Prescott, Arizona to Mary A. Krawczuk.
2B. Katherine E Chemas b. 1905. At this time, it is unknown what happened to her afterwards.
2C. Mary A Chemas b. 1906, died at the age of 86. At this time, it is unknown if she was ever married or had children.
2D. Frank J Chemas b. 1907, died at the age of 98. At this time, it is unknown if he was ever married or had children.
2E. Rudolph Chemas b. 1909, m. Marion Hopkins.
2F. Peter J Chemas b. 1911, died at the age of 65. At this time, it is unknown if he was ever married or had children.
2G. August Chemas, b. 1913, m. 1934 to Dorothy Smith.