See notes under her husband. She was from Krimpen at the time of her marriage. Both Krimpen and Munnekij (Muncky - spellings were very fluid until about 1900) were some of the communities that joined the Andijk church in 1668 and eventually formed the town of Andijk. Before this, most people in these areas were baptized in the Reformed church in Wervershoof.
There were several Geert Jans' at this time. A Geert Jans is the first person listed in the burial book of Andijk on Fbruary 26 1693, with a note "Cornelis" written over it - this was probably Cornelis Teunisz Streetsman's wife.
In this case Geert is a woman's name. There's a small chance that this instead. See that Geert Jans at .
likely due to names of children from Pieter Jans & Geert Jans
Baptism: Wervershoof baptism records as found at 
Marriage: 1702-03_2 DTB Andijk 2. Gereformeerde doop- en trouwinschrijvingen en lidmatenlijsten, 1667-1788 (met hiaten). as found at 
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Source: S00312 Title: dtb (doopboek) van de Gereformeerde Kerk te Andijk-West 1759 NOTEdtb (doopboek) van de Gereformeerde Kerk te Andijk-West 1759.
Source: S00349 Title: dtb (Trou-boeck) van de Gereformeerde Kerk te Andijk-West 1673 NOTEdtb (Trou-boeck) van de Gereformeerde Kerk te Andijk-West 1673.
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