I've never been a fan of naming user stories. Stories should generally be short enough that naming them should not be necessary.
Yes, novels and movies get names. But we don't name the sentences in a novel. Since I still haven't been to see The Great Gatsby movie I started re-reading the novel recently so it's on my mind. Imagine Fitzgerald and his editor (Maxwell Perkins) discussing the book and Fitzgerald saying of the opening, "This is the 'remembering my father giving me advice' sentence. And this is the 'father gives that advice sentence.' And, Maxwell, what do you think of 'fundamental decencies' sentence?"
If I picture Fitzgerald and Perkins discussing a final draft of the sentence, I'm much more likely to picture Fitzgerald saying, "Maxwell, What do you think of this sentence?" and then pointing to it.
And that's just how I interact with user stories. I call them 'this' and I point to them. Or I simply read them aloud to the person I'm talking to--in the same way Fitzgerald might have read a sentence to Perkins in order to discuss it.
So, my advice is not to name your user stories. And definitely don't number them. That gets way too confusing. In User Stories Applied