Unless I am mistaken, you have already exhausted the Evangelical church records and so have constructed your family tree up to 1895. It does not look like the civil registrations (1896+) have been filmed. Since Pasztor and Konkoli are large extended families in Pozba, you cannot be sure that anyone of them today is directly related to your family or is of a different branch. It is more than likely that anyone living there today would not remember Istvan and Lidia, or be able to work out an accurate family tree. There are good genealogists who work in that area, however, and would be able to do that for you. I can recommend Vladimir Bohinc and I know that Peter Nagy also comes highly recommended.
By the way, your Baracska is also in Bars megye, not Fejer, and is now called Bardonovo, Slovakia. It is only about a mile from Pozba. Both villages are in the same church records.
Finally, did you notice that Istvan Konkoli was a teacher (tanito)? That places him in a considerably higher class than his fellow peasant farmer villagers.
I only did a little searching in the records. From what I can determine, Istvan's father was also Istvan and his mother was Katalin Palfy. His father had died when he married Lidia on February 14, 1872. Lidia's parents were David Pasztor and Erzsebet Botka. Her godfather was Andras Konkoli. Does this agree with what you have found? I know the records go back earlier than this, but they are a challenge to read.