St Clement Danes, Westminster: a clue?

According to George H. Graham’s research, my great great great grandfather George Goldsmith Kirby (GGK) were born about 1806, at Holburn, Middlesex. The census records he’s looked at show that at least 5 or 6 of GGK’s children were christened at Saint Clement Danes, Westminster, London (see photo below). I hoping that they may have records, that help me find out more about George’s ancestry.

St Cement Danes, Westminster
St Cement Danes, Westminster

I’m just wondering whether GGK and his wife Harriet Sarah might have got married at St Clement Danes, that would help me discover her ancestry. Perhaps GGK was also christened at St Clement Danes like his children below. Anyway, I’m hoping they may have records and that these are available to the public. I’ve dropped them a line so fingers crossed.

Harriet Sarah Kirby b: abt 1831
c: Oct 1832 Saint Clement Danes, Westminster, London
Emma Augusta Kirby b: abt 1832
c: Nov 1832 Saint Clement Danes, Westminster, London
George Frederick Kirby
b: abt 1833
c: Nov 1833 Saint Clement Danes, Westminster, London
William Henry Kirby b: abt 1834
c: 18 Nov 1834 Saint Clement Danes, Westminster, London
Edward Goldsmith Kirby b: abt 1836 (Died 24 Aug 1860, Age 24)
c: 2 Jun 1836 Saint Clement Danes, Westminster, London
Montaque Alexander Kirby b: abt 1837
c: 26 Mar 1838 Saint Clement Danes, Westminster, London
Katherine Kirby b: abt 1849
Poss christened at Saint Clement Danes, London

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