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Zajevše (Zajelšje) - Zaielse
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The primary source of information for this section is the Cadastre National de L'Istrie d'après le Recensement du 1er Octobre 1945, Edition de L'Institut Adriatique (Sušak 1946), an unofficial study that was secretively compiled and published in French language in two volumes for the express purpose of providing supporting documentation for the annexation of Istria to Yugoslavia after World War II. The data was collected with omissions, inconsistencies and irregularities, and contains numerical errors and distortions of surnames and toponyms that were Slavicized for this study. We present below the partial information that was extracted solely for general genealogical research purposes.

The surnames that are listed on this page are sorted alphabetically in two ways: by Location (City, Town or Hamlet) and by Surname, as recorded by the census taker of the registered families.


Census Year Inhabitants
1880 129
1890 115
1900 120
1910 126
1921 ?
1945 111


Hamlet Surname No.
Lumpi Primc 1 1 4
Zajevše Bubnič 1 16 107
Dekleva 2
Gombaš 3
Ivančič 1
Jursinovič 1
Kirn 1
Kovačič 1
Lakota 3
Prelc 1
Vičič 2
Totals     17 111


Surname Hamlet No.
Bubnič Zajevše 1
Dekleva Zajevše 2
Gombaš Zajevše 3
Ivančič Zajevše 1
Jursinovič Zajevše 1
Kirn Zajevše 1
Kovačič Zajevše 1
Lakota Zajevše 3
Prelc Zajevše 1
Primc Lumpi 1
Vičič Zajevše 2
Total 17


  • Cadastre National de L'Istrie d'après le Recensement du 1er Octobre 1945. Octobre 1945. Edition de L'Institut Adriatique (Sušak 1946), pg.315-316.

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