Lee, 1. Tellust.John Griffin Wood in his manuscript states:"Riker's History of Harlem (p 103) states that Tellust means Delmenhorst,Westphalia.Mr. Wm.J.Hoffman (in his mms on Jan ter Bosch at the N. Y. Gen. & Biog. Soc. Library) says that Delmenhorst is situated 7 miles west of Breeman in Oldenburg, and therefore Riker's supposition must be a mistake.A town named Tellust is not to be found in geographical dictionaries.Mr. Hoffman suggest that possibly the town of Tillitz in West Prussia of which there, are three may hare been meant. Other cities of similar are Tillowitz, Teillet, Teelnitz, Tillitse, and Telebut." I have search modern maps of Gernamy, Benelux, and France without avail.I do not have a clue.
2.I have not been able to verify anything that Anjov said about the European connections.I became wary of his work when the families kept jumping all over Europe.I then did a generational analysis and found mothers in their 50s.Being a History buff and haveing a PhD. in Geography, the two together raised my uneasiness to a unacceptable level, and I posted the Web as to Anjou's professionalism and you know the result.
3. Probability of Jan and Hendrick being brothers.I do not believe this is true.First,there is no evidence that anyone from either family had anything to do with each other such as cross sponsership at baptisms.Second, Jan settled in Haarlem and seemed to associated with French Huguenots while Hendrick settled in New Amsteredam.Third, Hendrick was considerably more upscale socially that Jan being the "Sword Maker" of the new world.Also, this was well know at the time that Anjov did his "work" and I suspect it was an attempt by Anjov to add stature to Jan and hense to Irving T. Bush.
The result is that I have far more questions than answers at this time.