Labas. There is a Tautkus family in Albion Michigan which moved here from Chicago. The family emmigrated to the U.S. before World War I from Zagare, Lithuania. Zagare is located in northern Lithuania just a few miles from the Latvian border. The Tautkus family was married into the Baskevich family which also moved here from Chicago. The Tautkus parents died in Chicago and the children were raised by their Baskevich aunt who was a Tautkus by maiden name. A descendant: Dennis Tautkus, (son of Alex Tautkus now deceased) 416 S. Hannah St., Albion, MI 49224. (517) 629-5658. Alex had a brother Stanley who passed away several years ago also. My father was friends with Alex. Last year at the Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn , Mi there was a terrible accident and one of the fans in the stands that got killed was a Tautkus from Lansing, MI I believe. I have some naturalization record applications of the Baskevich family members. I suggest you contact the Balzekas Museum of Lithuanian Culture, 6500 S. Pulaski Rd., Chicago, Il 60629 (773) 582-6500. They have a massive obituary file which includes Tautkus. Also they maintain family surname files, etc. I did an article about Lithuanians in Albion, Michigan in their genealogy magazine Genealogija. Also when writing them request a copy of the latest issue of the Museum Review newsletter. Hope this helps. Frank Passic, Albion, Michigan. My maternal grandparents were Nikodemas and Theodora (Barvydas) Kulikauskas, who were from the Varniai-Janapole and Luoke, Lithuania areas in Telsiai county, respectively. I collect Lithuanian coins and banknotes and have learned alot of history in my research through this hobby. If you are interested let me know and I can send you one of my price lists. The Balzekas Museum has a gift shop and has alot of neat things for sale, such as Lithuanian flags, bumper stickers, amber jewelry, maps, etc.