What about social media for pictures. I'm not sure what condition a gravestone might be in from 1819.
Registry of Deeds, Ireland
Richard Eliot, Lessee 1780 31 yr. lease for lands at
Ballasteron but the county wasn't listed.
I checked a UK source for church memorials, it is fee paying and quite expensive for a membership. The last survey of gravestones was 1910 (1500-1910) but even then the St. Multose was not researched.
Often other history and heritage groups do project and
survey grave yards. Look for local studies in local libraries, or Kinsale groups, they often sell these journals.
There is a Richard Elliott listed in Griffith Valuation in 1852, perhaps a descendant if your Richard married.
Did not live in Kinsale but Parish Knocktemple, Freemount Village, Poor Law Union Kanturk.www.askaboutireland.ie
Jane Elliot, Parish of Kinsale, Townland Dromderrig, Poor Law Union Kinsale
#67 Fisher St. house and garden 0.0.11 perches( 1x10'x10')www.igp-web.com
+ Cork *www.censusfinder.com
Both have all sorts of information and possibly gravestone inscriptions.www.ancestorsatrest.comwww.interment.netwww.from-ireland.net
Some have photo's of gravestones*
Cork has some amazing museums, possibly with having been in the Royal Navy, they may have information in their records.
I can't imagine a family having the funds to mark a grave
with a silver urn. Was the family of means?
There are just 3 Elliot's listed in the cork telephone book, no Eliot's. A good map of Cork should give you the locations. Maybe you could write them and see if there is any interest in doing some research for you.