While there are no on line phone books for Bosnia nor for Serbia (rump Yugoslavia) there are on line phone books for Croatia. A search reveals over 100 listings for MEDIC (sounds like madich) in the area just over the border from Martin Brod. MEDIC is a common Croatian name. From the Croatian word med meaning honey, -ic meaning son of. I know of this Croatian family in Cleveland, Ohio, USA.
Useful links for Croatia genealogy
Here is a listing of useful links to help with genealogical research for Croatia.
Croatia town and city locator. Due to the lack of being able to view Croatian letters with diacritcal markings the names may appear a bit unusual but just use common sense and you will find the place you are seeking.
1910 Hungarian County Maps, inc. areas of Croatia and Slavonia (site is in Hungarian but maps are useful) Click on LINKS and then click on 1910 Hungarian County Maps, Croatian areas will be included in Lika-Kravaba, Modrus-Fiume, Zagrab, Varasd, Belovar, Baranya, Veroce, Szerem and Pozsega.
Croatians Books, Croatian Immigration, Croatian Coats of Arms, Croatian Genealogy, Croatian Heraldry, Ragusan Press Books, CGHS- By Adam S. Eterovich. Croatian Genealogical and Heraldic Society, research available
The Province of Burgenland, Austria, was formed from parts of the Hungarian counties (Megye) of Vas, Sopron and Moson following WWI . While it is Austria's youngest province, it can claim to be one of the oldest. It has a fascinating history worthy of being studied in detail. The population comprises people of mainly Germanic, Croatian and Hungarian descent.
Croatia on line phone books. NOTE: to use the on line phone books first select area code (zupanija which means county), then type in the name you are searching for next to Subscriber, then check the circle next to csz (this will allow use of English style keyboards), select 100 results and then click on query. You will see the list of names. The listings include phone number and mailing addresses and will also give you the correct Croatian spelling, with diacritical marks over csz. Be sure not to use the Anglicized or Americanized version I. E. ch or sh when searching. The page will also display as list of towns by county if you click on that bar. Information includes phone number, name, address and city.