From the San Francisco Daily Morning Call of 24 Oct 1899:
CHICAGO, Oct. 23---Major Charles A. Dibble, a prominent member of the Chicago bar, who was well known on account of his connection with the Grand Army Memorial Association of this city, died yesterday of pneumonia. Major Dibble was for years president of the Sons of New York. He was also president of the Union Veterans' Association of Chicago, and until a few years ago was commander of Grant Post No. 28. Major Dibble was well known to the many Grand Army posts of Chicago and took a conspicuous part in all their gatherings.
One person notes his father as: Charles P Dibble b:
Cook County, Illinois, Deaths Index, 1878-1922 Name: Charles Alphonso Dibble Birth Date: abt 1842 Birth Place: Stratford, NJ - possible error Death Date: 22 Oct 1899 Death Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois Burial Date: 25 Oct 1899 Cemetery Name: Rose Hill Death Age: 57 Occupation: Lawyer Race: White Marital Status: Married Gender: Male FHL Film Number: 1033067
Married: Sarah P WINTER b: 1846
Cook County, Illinois Death Index, 1908-1988 Name: Blair Dibble Death Date: 27 Mar 1956 Death Location: Cook County, IL File Number: 18787 Archive Collection Name: Cook County Genealogy Records (Deaths) Archive repository location: Chicago, IL Archive repository name: Cook County Clerk
U.S., World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Name: Blair Wenter Dibble [Blair Winter Dibble] City: Chicago County: Cook State: Illinois Birth Date: 18 Jun 1874 Race: White Draft Board: 55