Green’s Dictionary of Slang

creaker n.

[SE creak; the ref. is to one’s joints]

(US black) an old person.

[US] ‘Jiver’s Bible’ in D. Burley Orig. Hbk of Harlem Jive.
[US]Hughes & Bontemps Book of Negro Folklore 482: creaker: An aged person. I hate to see a creaker act so chippyfied.
[US]Wentworth & Flexner DAS.
[UK]P. Baker Blood Posse 3: The old creakers had slipped back into their apartments.