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Born in Strabane, Fyffe worked as a journalist and became active in the Ulster Unionist Party. He was the Chairman of the North West Cricket Union, and was known for his strident opposition to civil rights marches.
- Transcription of William Fyffe's gravestone
- Sydney Elliot and William D. Flackes, Northern Ireland: a political directory, 1968-1999, p.264
- Northern Ireland Parliamentary Elections Results: Biographies
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