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 carries the name of Kucani. Kuca or Kuća (Bosnian) translates to house. It is not unreasonable to conclude that this may refer to the occupation of the patriarch of the house when it was named.
The oldest record we have found to date for a person from this house is Ivan Benec b. 1809. He married Helena Tomec b. 1806 and had 6 children, including:
1A. Jurij Benec b. 1831, married to Katarina Medved (Medvedova).
1C. Katarina Benec b. 1836, m. 1864 to Ivan Kajin (Gornji Kajinov).
1D. Barbara Benec b. 1841. It is unknown what happened to her afterwards.
1E. Matija Benec b. 1844, died at the age of 21.
Ivan Benec [1B] and his wife Barbara Čadonič had 9 children, including:
2A. Ivan Benec b. 1868, m. 1890 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to Katarina Gorše (Hrast 33) — they remained at this house.
2B. Jurij Benec b. 1869, m. 1897 to a woman from Belčji Vrh.
2C. Barbara Benec b. 1871, died at the age of 17.
2D. Ana Benec b. 1873, m. 1925 to Jožef Rogina (Ivankov from Stara Lipa).
2E. Franc Benec b. 1875, died at the age of 80.
2F. Jožef Benec b. 1879, left to the United States and likely died in Kingston, Pennsylvania in 1937.
2G. Peter Benec b. 1882. It is unknown what happened to him afterwards.
Ivan Benec [2A] and his wife Katarina Gorše had 6 children, including:
3A. Ivan Benec b. 1895, m. 1931 to Barbara Trempus (Ogulin 1) — they remained at this house.
3B. Jurij Benec b. 1897, m. 1919 to Katarina Kajin (Gornja Kajinova).
3C. Jožef Benec b. 1902, died at the age of 16.
Ivan Benec [3A] and his wife Barbara Trempus had 6 children.