It's no wonder you have not been able to find your place since it was never a settlement or village but a puszta. Unfortunately most resources, and I have a good many, do not have the names of the really small places, however, that's what I love about the Hungarian Village Finder, Atlas, and Gazetteer for the Kingdom of Hungary (HVF). It has virtually every settlement, village, puszta, tanya, csorda...you name it that was in the old Austria-Hungary Empire.
Anyhow, according to my HVF on CD_ROM:http://hungarianvillagefinder.com/cdrom/CD.html
the place you are looking for was actually called Márczadó puszta. It was associated with or belonged to the settlement, Zselickisfalud in the old Kaposvár Járás, Somogy Megye.
If you know where Somogyhárságy is and look straight north you will see Zselickisfalud. Márczadó puszta also spelled Mórczodó puszta was about 1/2 way between the two points. Since I don't know what maps you have, here's a couple of online links from Eötvös University, Department of Cartography:http://lazarus.elte.hu/hun/maps/1910/somogy.jpghttp://lazarus.elte.hu/hun/maps/1910/gonczy/somogy.htm
If you're looking to try and trace down old records to build a family tree, you'll have to know what religion your ancestors were. If by chance they were Reformatus or Reformed, HVF shows that Zselickisfalud had a church there so you should be able to get the microfilms from your local LDS Family History Center. You can check here for those films:http://www.familysearch.org/eng/Library/fhlcatalog/supermain...
If they were not Reformed but of another faith the HVF shows that Jewish folk went to Szenna for services and Roman Catholics went to Szentbenedek. You can check the same LDS website above for the church records from those villages/settlements.
Hope this helps,