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I have now been able to source replacements of all of May Evans's awards, viz, MBE, ARRC, War & Victory, WW2 MiID and a Rafidain 5th Class. The War and Victory are un-named - probably erased, and I wish to have May's name added. Can anyone suggest the correct format for naming?
MISS M. EVANS STAFF NURSE Q.A.I.M.N.S.R.
STAFF NURSE M.EVANS Q.A.I.M.N.S.R.
S/NURSE M.EVANS Q.A.I.M.N.S.R.
From a study of such medals sold by DNW it would appear that Q.A.I.M.N.S.R. only appears on issues of the 1914-15 Star and thus the War & Victory Medals are named without unit so the latter naming S.NURSE M.EVANS would appear to be appropriate.
I have yet to track down any documentation concerning her 1943 LG MiD but as I am now back in UK a trip to the PRO in Kew will be necessary.
An inspection IRL is ultimate, but your cross looks very good. There are a couple of details, that worry me, so I post some pictures, and you can compare and perhaps come to a conclusion yourself.