LlanfairPG - the longest proper place name in the world (the Kiwis made up a name a few years back to "claim" the record).
Neither the TR nor FR are near there BUT the ex-Bodorgan Arms is only 12-15 minutes away by car. I think the former Bodorgan Arms is now the Joiners Arms, High St; Malltraeth, Bodorgan; not 100% sure but I think it's the same building.
My grandfather was in the Royal Machine Gun Corp in WWI. I have all his papers from his service and his medals.
I had 1 medal with the name "Major J.W. Flood" inscribed around the edge. My mom told me my grandfather won it in a poker game (maybe on board a merchant ship where he was a steward).
A few years ago I was doing some research on it and found Major Flood's records, he was in the Australian Imperial Force (AIF, he was a doctor).
Soon I made contact with an Aussie who was helping find/return lost medals to the families of war vets. He knew Peter Hohnen, who was writing a book on the SMS Wolf, a German raider and thru them and a few others I found a living relative of Major Floods. He lives in France and I sent him the medal.
Come to find out Major Flood and his wife were on a ship that was captured by the SMS Wolf and spent some time in their custody.
Never did authenticate the story of my grandfather winning the medal in a poker game, but it was very satisfying to return the medal and find out about the Major, even received a copy of the book Peter wrote.