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 Dolnji Tišljerovi. This name has two meanings. The Dolnji is meant to differentiate this family from the family of Stara Lipa 16, the Gornji Tišljerovi. Also, the tišljer is likely reference to the occupation of the patriarch at some point.
This house is the first of six documented houses in church documents to be considered a “new” house in Stara Lipa. This family of this house originally finds its roots at Stara Lipa 10. 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 Nikolaj Rogina (Cajnarov) b. 1816. He married Marija Fortun (Obrh 6) b. 1817. Together they had 5 children, including:
1A. Nikolaj Rogina b. 1841, m. 1869 to Ana Rogina (Roginova) — they lived at Gornji Suhor 11.
1B. Marija Rogina b. 1845, m. 1875 to Janez Klobučar (Šipek 8) — they remained at this house.
1C. Ana Rogina b. 1852. At this time, it is unknown what happened to her afterwards.
Janez Klobučar and his wife Marija Rogina [1B] had 1 child:
2A. Ana Klobučar b. 1874. At this time, it is unknown what happened to her afterwards.
At this point, the original Rogina lineage ends at this house. Johan Rogina (Gornji Tišljerov) moved in with his wife Danijela Balkovec (Tundekova from Hrast). It is at this point when the house name would have been known as the Dolnji Tišljerovi.
Johan Rogina and his wife Danijela Balkovec had 12 children.