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Isaac Palmer Ryland

Isaac Palmer Ryland was born October 6, 1861, in Lexington, Missouri.  He went through the public schools of Lexington, and then attended Central College at Fayette, Mo., from which he was graduated in 1881.

     Returning to Lexington, he read law in the office of his father, Judge John E. Ryland, and after gaining admittance to the bar began the practice of his profession there in Lexington.

     He came to Kansas City in 1888.

     The law firm of Ryland & Taylor was formed, and after the dissolution of this partnership Mr. Ryland allied himself with Mr. Lyon.  For some years, however, he has been practicing alone.

     Mr. Ryland is a member of the Bar Association and a member of the Commercial Club.  He is also a Mason of high degree.

     Mr. Ryland married Miss Bessie Knickerbocker April 14, 1886, in Fayette, Mo., and is the father of four children, John, Louise, Jeannette, and Robert.
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