The Dejankini at Zilje 33 are named Kosovkini in the status animarum, a name whose origin is unclear. The Dejankini name originates in the 1868 marriage of the man of the household, Jurij Čadonič (Dolnji Krčmarov), to his second wife Marija Bahorič from Dejani. The marriage of Jurij Čadonič (Dolnji Krčmarov) and Marija Cvetaš (Kosovkina) in 1865 changed the surname from Cvetaš to Čadonič. The Kosovkini are descended from the Cvetaši of Zilje 17, a split that happened ca. 1820.
The oldest record we have found to date for a person from this house is for Johan Cvetaš (Cvetašev). He married Ana Kovačič. Together they had 4 children, including:
1A. Marija Cvetaš b. 1825, m. 1865 to Jurij Čadonič (Dolnji Krčmarov) — they remained at this house.
1C. Barbara Cvetaš b. 1842, m. 1871 to Nikolaj Čemas (Mali Majiščar).
Jurij Čadonič and his wife Marija Cvetaš [1A] had 1 child which died in infancy.
2A. Ana Čadonič b. 1868, m. 1892 to Marko Krotec (Petolašev from Grduni).
2B. Katarina Čadonič b. 1872, m. 1908 to a man from Rim 1, Croatia.
2C. Jurij Čadonič b. 1874, m. 1899 to Marija Čemas (Majiščarska) — they remained at this house.
2D. Barbara Čadonič b. 1877, m. 1899 to a man from Klanjac 17.
2E. Janko Čadonič b. 1888, died at the age of 45 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. At this time, it is unknown if he was ever married or had children.
Jurij Čadonič [2C] and his wife Marija Čemas had 4 children:
3A. Jože Čadonič b. 1900, m. 1920 to Ana Starešinič (Pemska) — they remained at this house.
3C. Ana Čadonič b. 1904, m. 1938 to Franc Balkovec (Brdarov).
3D. Marija Čadonič b. 1906, died at the age of 55. At this time, it is unknown if she was ever married or had children.