I wish that I had some definitive information for you.From the information that you provided, it looks quite possible that Jackson Monroe Aldridge (my husband's 2Great-Grandfather) could have been Henry Aldridge's brother.I have been unable to find out anything about Jackson's early life or his ancestry as of yet, but we only confirmed our connectionto him this summer.I haven't yet found him before the 1850 census in Fayette Co, IL (1850 Census, Fayette County, Illinois, Western Division, Page 750, 11 Dec 1850).
Here's what I have:
1) Jackson Monroe Aldridge: b. Oct. 9, 1824, Tennessee; d. Mar. 10, 1862, Mounds City, Ill. of war wounds; buried Pea Cemetery, Moultrie Co., Illinois; m. Feb. 26, 1848, Fayette County, Illinois to Martha Jones (b. May 13, 1826/8, Illinois; d. Mar. 5, 1867, buried Pea Cemetery, Moultrie Co., Illinois). Civil War Military Record: Enlisted as a Lieutenant 2nd Class on 27 Jul 1861. Commission in Company B, 41st Infantry Regiment Illinois on 6 Aug 1861. Died on 10 Mar 1862 in Mound City, IL, wounds
2) Sarah Caroline Aldridge: b. Aug. 10, 1856-8, near Ramsey in Fayette County, Illinois, d. May 5, 1938, Bloomington, Ill.; buried Linwood Cemetery, Pana, Illinois; m. Nov. 15, 1877 in Sullivan, Moultrie Co., Illinois to Francis Marion Baker (b. Oct. 23, 1855, Tippecanoe Co., Indiana, d. Feb. 7, 1920, Pana, Christian Co., Illinois; buried Feb. 10, 1920, Linwood Cemetery, Pana, Illinois).
3) Warren F. Baker: b. May 19, 1897, Pana, Illinois; d. Sept. 13, 1923, Los Angeles, Calif. of tuberculosis; buried Sept. 18, 1923, Park Hill Cemetery, Bloomington, Illinois; married 1916, Bloomington, Ill. to Hazel Garnet Caton.
4) Warren Q. Baker: b. March 14, 1919; d. May 15, 1986 m. Marjorie Dick
5) Warren G. Baker, my husband
I'll keep your information in case I'm turn anything up that might link Henry and Jackson or that might link either of them to Ezra.Likewise, if you stumble across anything that links Jackson to your line, please let me know.
All the best,