Did they continue to live in Cleveland?What time frame?
When and where did they pass away?
I find no record of a marriage in Cleveland between 2 people with these names
Closest match I find in marriage records volume 67 04 Feb 1907 is for VICIC, FRANCISandINDIBAR, BARTHOLM
Further info Groom's Name: Bartholomeau Indihar Groom's Birth Date: 1879 Groom's Birthplace: Austria Groom's Age: 28 Bride's Name: Franciska Visis Bride's Birth Date: 1883 Bride's Birthplace: Austria Bride's Age: 24 Marriage Date: 04 Feb 1907 Marriage Place: Cuyahoga, Ohio Groom's Father's Name: Martin Indihar Groom's Mother's Name: Mary Hribar Bride's Father's Name: Frank Visis Bride's Mother's Name: Mary Mamor Groom's Race: Groom's Marital Status: Single Groom's Previous Wife's Name: Bride's Race: Bride's Marital Status: Single Bride's Previous Husband's Name: Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M02327-8 System Origin: Ohio-EASy Source Film Number: 886219 Reference Number: 410 p Collection: Ohio Marriages, 1800-1958
And here is an immigration record of a Jernej INTIHAR, which the modern-day transcribers at Ancestry saw as
First Name: Jernej Last Name: Jutihar Ethnicity: Austrian, Slovenian Last Place of Residence: Blake Date of Arrival: Jul 15, 1903 Age at Arrival:24yGender:MMarital Status:S Ship of Travel: Kaiser Wilhelm II Port of Departure: Bremen Manifest Line Number: 0026
Blake is perhaps Velike Bloke 18.4 miles south of Ljubljana
INTIHAR (sounds like eenteehahrr) appears a somewhat common name with 173 listings in the online Slovene Phone DirectoryOne source states there were 479 people with this surname in 2006 in Slovenia