Saintly Counties of U.S.

Each of these counties is directly or indirectly named for a saint, and starts its name with Saint, Sainte, St., Ste., San or Santa. Identify the counties.
Hint - only 1 of the 18 names is from the second half of the alphabet!
Counties are listed in alphabetical order of saints' names.
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Last updated: August 11, 2015
First submittedAugust 11, 2015
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Info on the Saint
COUNTY
Texas
Born in current Algeria in 354, became Bishop of Hippo
San Augustine
California
Patron saint of artillerymen, she was beheaded by her father
Santa Barbara
California
15th century Franciscan, known as "Apostle of Italy"
San Bernardino
Missouri
Family surname Borromeo, he became Archbishop of Milan at 25
St. Charles
Michigan
Patron saint of TV, an early follower of St. Francis of Assisi
St. Clair
California
Proper name Didacus of Alcala, worked in Canary Islands
San Diego
Arkansas
16th century Basque Jesuit missionary to Asia
St. Francis
California
Born Giovanni di Pietro di Bernardone in the Duchy of Spoleto
San Francisco
Missouri
Organised a prayer marathon that saved Paris from Attila the Hun
Ste. Genevieve
California
Considered maternal grandfather of Jesus, called Imran by Muslims
San Joaquin
Michigan
Descendent of King David, patron saint of New France & workers
St. Joseph
Colorado
Youngest of 12 Apostles, known as "Beloved Disciple"
San Juan
New York
Reputedly sent the Holy Grail to Spain before his martyrdom in 258
St. Lawrence
California
Became Bishop of Toulouse in 1297 at age 22, died at 23
San Luis Obispo
Maryland
Known as Theotokos in Orthodox Churches
Saint Mary's
California
Another of 12 Apostles, birth name probably Levi
San Mateo
Colorado
Archangel mentioned in both Old Testament and Quran
San Miguel
Florida
Reclusive girl from Viterbo, her saint's day features La Macchina
Santa Rosa
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Level 80
Aug 11, 2015
So we don't have to write "Saint" but we do have to write "'s"?
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Level 59
Aug 11, 2015
No, just the saint's name. So if county was either St. Claus or Santa Claus, you would only need to write Claus.
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Level 78
Aug 12, 2015
I think he/she is referring to Mary's. Sometimes I had the right saint, just didn't translate it to the correct language - John/Juan, Micheal/Miguel, Matthew/Mateo.