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Fleming Hyatt House (Private Residence)

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Fleming Hyatt House (Private Residence)

This regal Victorian was built in 1907 by Sam Fleming, founder and owner of the Fleming Grain Company, and his wife, Cynthia Cannon Fleming. Known for many years as the Doyenne of Maple Street, as Third Avenue South was known until the mid-1930s, Cynthia came from a long line of distinguished Tennesseans. Her grandfather was John B. McEwen, mayor of Franklin during the Civil War, and she was also the great-granddaughter of Newton Cannon, governor of Tennessee and great-great niece of Aaron V. Brown, another early 19th century Tennessee governor. Her nephew Henry Cannon was the husband of Sarah Colley Cannon, better known as Minnie Pearl. 
219 3rd Avenue South
Franklin,  TN  37064