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 has the name of Cajnarovi. At this time, it is unknown what the origin of this name is.
Through the period of our studies, we have found eleven houses which originally carried the Rogina surname in Stara Lipa. This is the sixth of the eleven houses (in order of house address). The Rogina surname is one that is most common in Stara Lipa in the Vinica parish but also quite common in the neighbouring Dragatuš parish.
The oldest record we have found to date for a person from this house is for Jurij Rogina b. 1780. He married Barbara Mravinec b. 1785. Together, they had at least 5 children, including:
1A. Johan Rogina b. 1805, m. ca. 1841 to Margareta Fortun (Obrh 6)1 — they remained at this house.
1B. Nikolaj Rogina b. 1816, m. ca. 1841 to Marija Fortun (Obrh 6)1 — they lived at Stara Lipa 21.
1. Margareta Fortun and Marija Fortun were sisters.
Johan Rogina [1A] and his wife Margareta Fortun had 3 children, including:
2A. Marija Rogina b. 1841, m. 1867 to Johan Šterk (Kočevje 5) — they remained at this house.
2B. Barbara Rogina b. 1855, had 1 illegitimate child — she remained at this house.
Johan Šterk and his wife Marija Rogina [2A] had 3 children, including:
3A. Marija Šterk b. 1870, m. 1898 to Johan Cajnar (Otok pri Podzemlj 3) — they remained at this house.
3B. Nikolaj Verbanec b. 1876. At this time, it is unknown what happened to him afterwards.
Barbara Rogina [2B] had 1 illegitimate child which died in infancy.
Johan Cajnar and his wife Marija Šterk [3A] had 2 children, including:
4A. Johan Cajnar b. 1898, m. 1921 to Marija Flajnik (Belčji Vrh 19) — they remained at this house.
4B. Marija Cajnar b. 1903, m. 1922 to Anton Malerič.
Johan Cajnar [4A] and his wife Marija Flajnik had 6 children.