According to a tax registers of the 15th to 17th centuries, the village of Stara Lipa included a total of 16 Hübe or arable land divided amongst the residents. It is important to point out that these tax registers only list individuals who were subjects of the Lord for whom the register was created. There were other individuals, along with their families, living in Stara Lipa at this time.
When we turn to Birth and Marriage Registers (matične knjige) kept by the Catholic Church, we can identify 20 individual households existing in Stara Lipa in the year 1820. Some of these households, and the houses themselves, have since vanished. Other have been since created, usually as delniki, i.e. by partitions of a pre-existing household into two (or more) households.
The families in Stara Lipa are long standing families where ownership of households did not change hands very often likely because of its proximity to other villages. We have found 5 distinct surnames in the oldest church records including, Barič (3 houses), Lašič (4 houses), Lovrin (1 house), Panjan (1 house) and Rogina (11 houses).
|Old House #||New House #||Original Name||New Name||Special Notes|
- This house no longer exists. It stood beneath the Halenkin at Stara Lipa 17.
- This house no longer exists and no one knows anything about it or where it stood.
- This house no longer exists. It stood by the Videtič house no. 12