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Harker is an English surname. Many geographic locations are named after individuals with the Harker surname.

Individuals

  • Al Harker (1910–2006), U.S. soccer player
  • Alfred Harker (petrologist) (1859–1939), English geologist and petrologist
  • Billy Harker (born 1911), English professional association footballer
  • Caroline Harker (born 1966), English stage and television actress
  • Charles Garrison Harker (1837–1864), Brigadier General of the Union Army in the American Civil War
  • Chris Harker, Democratic serving his second term as a Representative for Oregon's House District 34
  • Cyril Harker (1899–1970), New Zealand politician of the National Party
  • Donald Harker, Archbishop of the Anglican Diocese of George in South Africa
  • F. Flaxington Harker (1876–1936), American composer of Scottish birth
  • George R. Harker, author and self-styled "cyberspace philosopher"
  • Gordon Harker (1885–1967), English film actor
  • Harry Harker (1887–?), Australian rules footballer
  • Howard Harker, World War I flying ace credited with five aerial victories
  • John Harker, former President and Chief Executive Officer of InFocus corporation in Wilsonville, Oregon
  • Oswald Allen Harker, (1886–1968), Acting Director General of MI5 from 1940 to 1941
  • Patrick T. Harker, President of the University of Delaware
  • Skouson Harker (born 1977), Canadian former professional basketball player of the FIBA European Leagues
  • Susannah Harker (born 1965), English movie, television and theatre actress
  • Wiley Harker, actor who portrayed Crane Tolliver in the soap opera General Hospital in 1983
  • William Harker (1819–1905), wool merchant, banker and Liberal politician who represented Ripon

Fictional characters

  • Edith Harker, fictional character in the Marvel Universe
  • Jonathan Harker, fictional character in the 1897 horror novel Dracula by Bram Stoker
  • Kay Harker, fictional character, the young hero of the books The Midnight Folk and The Box of Delights by John Masefield
  • Mina Harker, fictional character in the 1897 horror novel Dracula by Bram Stoker
  • Quincy Harker, fictional character in the Marvel Universe which is based on a character in Bram Stoker's Dracula
  • Sard Harker, fictional character (Chisholm 'Sardonic' Harker) in the 1924 novel of the same name by John Masefield.

Inhabited places

England

  • Harker, Cumbria, north of Carlisle

USA

  • Harker, Florida, census-designated place located in Collier County, Florida
  • Harkers Island, North Carolina, census-designated place in Carteret County, North Carolina
  • Harker Heights, Texas, city in Bell County, Texas

Historical military forts

  • Fort Harker (Alabama), military fortification built during the American Civil War
  • Fort Harker (Kansas), military installation of the US Army from 1866 to 1872

Buildings

  • Harker House, historic home located in Magrath
  • The Harker School, private educational institution in San Jose, California, USA

Rivers, streams, and springs

  • Cam Harker Spring, spring located in Monongalia County, West Virginia, USA
  • Harker Creek (disambiguation), the names of several creeks in the USA
  • Harker's Run (Ohio), stream located in Preble County, Ohio, USA
  • Harker Run (West Virginia), stream located in Wetzel County, West Virginia, USA

Lakes

  • Harker Lake, shallow glacial lake in Kidder County, North Dakota, USA
  • Upper Harker Lake, shallow glacial lake located in Kidder County, North Dakota, USA
  • Harker Park Lake, lake located in Rio Blanco County, Colorado, USA

Land features

  • Harker Canyon (disambiguation), several canyons of that name in the USA
  • Harker Point on Bristol Island in the South Sandwich Islands
  • Mount Harker in Antarctica

Glaciers

  • Harker Glacier on the island of South Georgia

Moon features

  • Dorsa Harker, wrinkle ridge in Mare Crisium on the Moon

Video games

  • Harker (video game)

See also

  • Harkness (disambiguation)
  • Hark (disambiguation)
  • Harke & Burr, fictional comic book characters