Interestingly also shown on Thomas's log book but not against the R32 is the name Scroggs as pilot for an airship "SS". This must have been the same man who George Meager mentions in his book as being part of the crews of two flights he took on the R32. Henry Sydney Scroggs had wide experience of airships being stationed at Anglesey, Howden and Pulham and Capel during WWI. He went on to serve in the RAF through the 1920's and 1930's becoming a Group Captain. Sadly he lost his life on active duty in 1941 at Thornley Island aged 45.*
*With grateful thanks to Edward Fenn, Rosie Flower and Tony Turreff for supplying this information - full details of Henry's career can be found on www.thekingscandlesticks.com which is a remarkable family history website.