Even with a plug-in one needs to know the field names involved and without being able to edit the form this could be difficult to determine. You also need to know the exact purpose of the filed.
Then there is also the problem that most government agencies do not design these forms for purposes of automation. This is even true of the IRS that has lead the way for electronic forms distribution and electronic filing of tax returns. For the distributed forms, the field name for taxpayer or taxpayer ID is not consistent and may not even be reused on any form.
It might be possible but the coding effort will be extensive. One would need to know the form and edition and how to match the fields on that form edition to a database and then how to match that form field to other forms.
You did note the column for other versions of the form that are still acceptable.