Straker is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Anthony Straker, English-born Grenadian footballer
  • Arthur Straker, English first-class cricket player
  • Nick Straker, musician
  • Les Straker, baseball player
  • Louis Straker, deputy prime minister and foreign minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
  • Nick Straker Band

Fictional characters:

  • Ed Straker, a fictional character in UFO (TV series)
  • Kevin Straker, the name of the "Ken" character in the Japanese version of the video game Street Fighter 2010

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Other articles related to "straker":

Anthony Straker - Club Career
... Straker started as a youth player at Crystal Palace before signing a one year contract with Aldershot Town in July 2007, after a successful pre-season trial ... impressing in the first half of the season, Straker then signed a contract extension in February 2008, keeping him at Aldershot Town until the end of the ... the January transfer window of 2011, Straker completed a one month loan deal with Wycombe Wanderers ...
... Straker-Squire (also known as Brazil Straker) was a British automobile manufacturer based in Bristol, and later Edmonton in North London ... The company was formed in 1893 at St Philips, Bristol, as Brazil, Straker Co by the Irish Engineer J.P ... Brazil and the London motor agent Sidney Straker ...
Kurt Barlow - Straker
... Richard Throckett Straker was Barlow's 'familiar' or human thrall ... Straker was killed by Barlow himself for allowing Mark Petrie to escape, and was hanged upside down from the rafters of the Marsten house ... In Salem's Lot (1979), Straker was the main antagonist and a more prominent villain than Barlow, unlike the novel, and was alive until the climax of ...
Straker - See Also
... Straker-Squire, a former car makers in England Strake (disambiguation) This page or section lists people with the surname Straker ...
Straker-Squire - Steam Wagons
... Straker began by building engines for steam wagons ... A "Bayley" undertype wagon, fitted with a Straker engine and de Dion boiler took part in the Second Liverpool Steam Wagon Trials 0f 1899 ... By 1901 Straker were building an entire wagon This exchanged the previous gear drive to the rear axle with a chain drive ...