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 originally carried the name of Hušičevi. This household name is derived from the surname of the matriarch of this family who was from Sečje Selo 8.
This house is the second of 9 documented houses in church documents to be considered a “new” house in Sečje Selo. The best estimate for the construction of these series of houses is after 1840.
The oldest record we have found to date for a person from this house is for Johan Bauer b. 1821. He married Marija Hušič (Kavonerova) b. 1815. Together, they had at least 3 children, including:
Johan Bauer [1A] and his wife Barbara Gašparič had 5 children, including:
2A. Johan Bauer b. 1869, m. 1893 to Barbara Štajdohar (Simonova from Nova Lipa) — they remained at this house.
2B. Matija Bauer b. 1871. At this time, it is unknown what happened to him afterwards.
Johan Bauer [2A] and his wife Barbara Štajdohar had at least 1 child, including:
3A. Johan Bauer b. 1894, died at the age of 12 in Joliet, Illinois.
Before the death of their first son, the Bauer family left to live in the United States. After returning from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Matija Zatovšek (Lukinov from Podklanec) moved in with his two children and wife Katarina Bubaš (Gornja Bubašova from Učakovci).
Matija Zatovšek and his wife Katarina Bubaš had 5 children, including:
4A. Katarina Zatovšek b. 1905 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, m. 1924 to Franc Šutej (Sečje Selo 20).
4C. Marija Zatovšek b. 1908, m. 1927 to Jože Simčič (Ravidičev from Vukovci).
4D. Barbara Zatovšek b. 1914, m. 1932 to Franc Ostronič (Golek pri Vinici 9) — they remained at this house.
Franc Ostronič and his wife Barbara Zatovšek [4D] had 7 children.