This is a follow on question from Interpreting Service Record of QAIMNS nurse in Egypt at time of Gallipoli campaign? which could be referred to for additional background.
My great grand aunt Eleanor Bessie Stacy (1879-1925) was a World War I nurse with Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service (QAIMNS) and later the Australian Army Nursing Service (AANS).
I have a copy of her QAIMNS service record (WO/399/7869) from The National Archives and a small excerpt from that is pictured below.
The last column mentions "B213" and my understanding from various web pages like Researching Canadian Soldiers of the First World War is that the B213 forms are a "Record of promotions, reductions, transfers, casualties, etc., during active service".
Does anyone know if the B.213 forms related to an Australian Nurse serving mainly in Egypt during World War I are likely to have survived?