It is very likely that she was a daughter of Richard Blake, whose will, dated 12 April 1522 and proved 23 May 1522, mentioned , but did not specifically name his children. A possible clue is tha tRichard Blake, of Eastontown, Andover, linen draper, called "Mr. Peter Noyes the elder" his "cousin". Richard's will was dated 10 Dec 1622, when he said he was "aged of yeares" adn proved 15 mAY 1623 (PCC 49 Swan). The Visitation of Hampshire record taht this Richard Blake married (about 1781) Joane Blake, daughter of Mr. William Blake of Eastontown, Andover. This Richard's son, another Richard Blake (bp 30 Sept 1593), a resident o Tower Ward, London, at the time of his death, left a will dated 23 Marhc 1643 adn proved 19 Dec 1644, in shich he mentioned his "cousin" Jane Noyes (PCC 16 Rivers). It therefore seems very possible that Edith might be a Blake.
Edith married Peter Noyes, son of Thomas Noyes and Dennys. (Peter Noyes was born about 1517 and died after 1586.)