While every house in Slovenia has a civic address, many houses also carry a household name. These names are how other people typically referred to that family. This house does not have any specific household name documented anywhere.
Golek 18 is considered one of the newer houses in Golek as we can trace the roots back to the Tomčevi from Podklanec.
The oldest record we have found for a person from this house is for Johan Tomec (Tomčev from Podklanec) b. 1850. He married Katarina Ostronič (Golek 10) b. 1856. Together they had 2 children in Golek 10.
Johan Tomec m. 1898 to his second wife Barbara Flajnik (Ludčeva from Hrast). Together they had 1 child:
1A. Jože Tomec b. 1896, was lost at war during World War II. At this time, it is unknown if he was ever married or had children.
Johan Tomec m. 1907 to his third wife Marija Jaketič (Perušičeva from Zilje). Together they had 6 children, including:
1B. Janez Tomec b. 1909, m. 1938 to Helena Radočaj (Radočaji 24) — they remained at this house.
1C. Jurij Tomec b. 1911, m. 1935 to Barbara Žalec (Mikolinova from Zilje).
1D. Franc Tomec b. 1915, m. 1951 to Johana Pavlakovič (Cenečova from Hrast).
Janez Tomec [1B] and his wife Helena Radočaj had 6 children.