While most houses in Slovenia carry a household name, there are some houses which do not exist anymore and were deserted many years before anyone was aware of their existence. The household names for these houses is therefore lost as it was not documented anywhere either. Another contributing factor to this lack of a household name may also be the size of a settlement. Ogulin at its peak only had 10 houses which may have lead to a lack of “official” household names being documented in church documents. Everyone knew everyone so there was no real need to uniquely identify households. Nonetheless, even though they are not documented, household names still exist for these families today.
The oldest record we have found to date for a person from this house is for Johan Perko b. 1790. He married Katarina Vlahovič b. 1791. Together, they had at least 6 children, including:
1A. Johan Perko b. 1816, m. 1845 to Marija Peršetič (Vinica 16) — they remained at this house.
1b. Jurij Perko b. 1819. At this time, it is unknown what happened to him afterwards.
1D. Matija Perko b. 1828, died at the age of 23. At this time, it is unknown if he was ever married or had children.
1E. Marija Perko b. 1831, died at the age of 29. At this time, it is unknown if she was ever married or had children.
Johan Perko [1A] and his wife Marija Peršetič had 7 children, including:
2A. Katarina Perko b. 1853, m. 1873 to Peter Malič (Školnikov from Vinica).
Jožef Perko [2B] and his wife Ana Balkovec had 3 children which died in infancy or early childhood.
Jožef Perko [2B] m. 1886 to his second wife Jožefa Culiberk b. 1864 (Ogulin 3). Together they had 1 child which died in infancy.
Jožefa Culiberk m. 1889 to her second husband Johan Trempus (Ogulin 7). Together they had 7 children, including:
3A. Ana Trempus b. 1893, m. 1912 to Franc Cvetič (Obrh 33).
3C. Jožefa Trempus b. 1899, m. 1927 to Dragotin Malešič (Potok 8).
Matija Starešinič and his wife Roya Trempus [3D] had 3 children.