How many Bridges are the in Madison county and what are their names?
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# Adams County for John Adams the 2nd President. # Arthur County for Chester Arthur the 21st President. # Fillmore County for Millard Fillmore the 13th President. # Garfield County for James Garfield the 12th President. # Grant County for Ulysses Grant. # Hayes County for Rutherford Hayes. # Jefferson County for Thomas Jefferson. # Lincoln County for Abraham Lincoln. # Madison County may have been named for James Madison although because its early settlers were mostly from Madison Wisconsin that is the likely source of its name. # Pierce County for Franklin Pierce. # Polk County for James Polk. # Washington County for George Washington. * Clay and Douglas Counties were named for Presidential hopefuls Henry Clay and Stephen Douglas. * Johnson County was NOT named for a US President but for Richard Mentor Johnson who was th 9th Vice President of the US.