It would not suprise me to find Lisice is where they originated from, there seems to be a large concentration of that or similar surname in Lisice, but I've not found a link to them yet. I will search for Catherina death, and see if I can find record of Joseph marriage(s) in that time frame. That Hruby surname does seem to appear in a few other witness location, interesting I will have to check that out in the records I already have.
I'm formulating a theory that somehow, a widower married (possibly a widow) in Vodokrty #3, as in the time around 1820s there appears Anton Haizman married a Barbora Frausova @ Vodokrty #3 and then all generations after that appear @ Vodokrty #3, Matej Haizman, Jan Haisman, Frantisek Joseph Haisman and a good number of other sibling births, marriages, etc all Haizman, Heisman, Haisman or similar surnames.
I will have to search death records to prove it. What would be the custom in this case? If a husband died and had no other men with claims and she married another, would he then have "claim' to live there? I know most of the people I've looked up were paupers, serfs, crofters, etc and likely didn't "OWN" the land they lived on, I just don't know the custom there. Like when they use the latin word inquilinus does it really mean lodger/renter or is that just the latin word for serf/peasant? I'm thinking since I see so many, it is not lodger, but like a serf, lives there and farms but not a land owner. Anyway thanks for checking these out, I will do some more digging to see what I can find.