Eva Taylor - Death

Death

Eva Taylor died from cancer in 1977 in Mineola, New York. She was interred next to her husband, Clarence Williams, under the name of Irene Joy Williams in Saint Charles Cemetery, Farmingdale, New York. Her son, Clarence Williams, Jr. (1923–1976), who predeceased his mother by one year, was the father of actor Clarence Williams III.

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