Here's an entry, apparently for the correct guy, in Ancestry.com, showing he was born in Michigan in 1898. His death date is apparently unknown, however he was married to a lady named (ironically), Marrie, who was born in 1906 in Illinois.
More information, on a Delbridge family geneaology forum, shows that his actual name was Delbert Delbridge, and that they had a son named (confusingly!) Del in 1928, and possibly also a daughter named Hope:
There is a nice photo of the band showing Delbridge, Short, and Wayne King, as well as the other (unidentified) personnel.
The Tivoli Syncopators were a Chicago-based band, and while he was in Chicago, Del took the time to make some rolls for the Columbia Music Roll Company (renamed Capitol in late 1924), some of which were also released on the Supertone label for Sears Roebuck. Here is an (incomplete) list of his piano rolls:
DEL DELBRIDGE ROLLOGRAPHY
162 - Old Pal - Ballad & FT '20 Del Delbridge
[reissued as Supertone 5103 and also Supertone 5537]
204 - Ma - Del Delbridge
[reissued as Supertone 5145]
266 - They Call It Dancing - '21 Del Delbridge
# unknown - I Ain't Nobody's Darling - ft '21 Del Delbridge
[reissued as Supertone 5167]
1477 - Down By The Old Mill Stream - ballad 26-Jun Del Delbridge
1506 - Bye Bye Blackbird - 26-Jul Del Delbridge
[reissued as Supertone 5775]
I compiled this list from Mike Montgomery's excellent (although incomplete) rollographies of Columbia/Capitol and Supertone 88-note word rolls, available here:
so that together we can make these rollographies as complete as possible]
Before I leave the subject of his piano rolls entirely, I would like to point out that at least one of them can be heard online via a MIDI file of the scanned roll. If your computer has a normal sound card, just click and enjoy!