I found some obits and news articles for Baltimore (unless I otherwise state) that I saw on genealogybank.com. If someone is listed as in the 30th year of their age, it means they are 29 and have not yet turned 30. Unless I state otherwise, the dates are the death dates and the source was the Sun newspaper from Baltimore. If they ask another paper to please copy, then there is a family connection of some sort to that city.
Martin Wible, died 1/8/1852, funeral at residence of son in law 89 Fremont St, in the 67th year of his age. Philadelphia papers please copy.
M. Mary Stewart, 7/23/1876, wife of Columbus J. Stewart Sr., daughter of Martin and Maria Wible. Philadelphia and Newark papers please copy.
Maria Wible, daughter of William Cooper, 3/9/1847, age 54, formerly of Philadelphia
Samuel Wible, native of Philadelphia, 8/2/1858, 48th year of his age, residence 38 (?) Spring Street.
Columbus A. Wyble, 3/29/1892, age 37 (or 27) years old, residence 827 N Caroline St
John Thomas Wyble, husband of Elizabeth, 10/26/1910, residence Parkville, Old Harford Road, interment Loudon Park Cemetery
Margaret A. Wible, nee Beacham, 50th or 59 year of her age, 3/28/1860
Robert W. Wible, 42nd year of his age, 4/28/1862, 144 S Eutaw Street
George Henry Wible, 9/18/1867, 32nd year of his age, Annapolis papers please copy, Company F, Ninth Maryland Regiment (likely Civil War)
David Wyble, 4/29/1899, age 68, funeral from 424 Calvin Ave, Waverly
Elizabeth Wyble, 11/22/1918, age 70, widow of William H. Wyble, residence of son J. Frank Wyble 2743 Harlem Ave
Amelia A. Wyble, 4/11/1918, age 35, wife of William D. Wyble, residence 251 S 3rd Street, Highlandtown, services St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Lombard and Bosidiasts Streets, interment Cedar Hill Cemetery
Marie Rosalia Weibel, 11/26/1913, age 40, wife of Ernest Weibel, residence 1413 N Gay St, services St James Church, interment Baltimore Cemetery
Margerite Weible, 1/18/1910, Port Deposit, Maryland, wife of George, an old veteran of the Civil War
News articles of note:
Sun, 9/10/1849, Gunning Accident, Young man named Wible, brother of Martin, at Lenordstown MD, accidentally discharged gun through his hand
Sun, 7/21/1844, advertisement from Martin Wible of 2 E Falls Ave for a runaway indentured servent
From MD State Archives death index online (St Mary's County only here):
-Eva Wible, 6/22/1906, W17
-Henry Wible, 7/2/1909, W52
-Martha A. Wible, 2/?/1913, W51