See I find "Middleborough" or "Marlborough" or "Glocester" or "Moultonborough" simple. They're extremely English and roll off the tongue if you have a New England drawl. Most counties out beyond NY were laid out by surveyors and pre-planned. For instance, there are 26 states with a "Jefferson County." Outside New England (Pittsburg, NH was named after William Pitt the Younger yet was incorporated in 1840), the rolling English names became passe.