Jefferson County, for Thomas Jefferson, is next with 27.
Quite a few counties bear names of French or Spanish origin.
Counties are most often named for people, often political figures or early settlers, with over 2,100 of the 3,144 total so named.
Harding, reflecting the slowing rate of county creation since New Mexico and Arizona became states in 1912.
The most common names for counties not named after a president are Franklin (25), Clay (18), and Montgomery (18).
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The most common county name, with 31, is Washington County, for America's first president, George Washington.
Up until 1871, there was a Washington County within the District of Columbia, but it was dissolved by the District of Columbia Organic Act.
The county with the largest population, Los Angeles County (10,170,292), and the county with the largest land area (San Bernardino County) border each other in Southern California (however four boroughs in Alaska are larger in area than San Bernardino).