First, the Houston area had the habit of naming roads for the small towns they interconnected.Thus, the Aldine Westfield Road connected Aldine and Westfield; the Aldine Bender Road connected Aldine and Bender.The Aldine Mail Road was, cleverly enough, a mail route.Those are the 3 biggest roads in the area with "Aldine" in the name.
If you look on maps.google.com for Aldine, you'll find that it has been absorbed (as have most of the little towns in the area, such as Alief, Cypress, Humble, etc.) into Greater Houston.Aldine is located on the north side of downtown, outside of "the Loop", but between downtown and Bush Intercontinental Airport.I lived in Houston about the time you were born; the Aldine area was mixed rural/industrial then.I suspect that it's wall-to-wall suburbia now.
Second, have you thought about hitting the US census for 1970 and 1980?Look for Browning families in that area.I realize that you're too far away to do something like visit the Clayton Library in Houston, but you might want to visit the local Mormon family history center (at the local church - every church/temple has one) and ask about ordering up a microfilm.They'll do it for you and call you when it comes in, and you can use one of their readers at the center to find what you're looking for.Services like ancestry.com haven't gotten those censuses online yet.
Hope this helps.
Dennis Lee Wimberley, TX
P.S. There's an outside chance that Benjamin was part of MY Brownings, mostly of LA.Benjamin is a family name - in fact it's the name of my first known ancestor.Unfortunately, he was born about 200 years before your guy.