Below is a link to a satellite image of the site. I originally pinpointed the site in 2000 by cross-referencing an 1870's plat map with modern day maps. I visited the site in 2001, at which time the landowner pointed out where gravestones had been tossed to the side of the field. In the satellite image, that field is the green area surrounded by trees just to the north of where the highway jogs to the east. That treeline immediately to the west of the house is where the landowner said the discarded gravestones had been, and which, he said, appeared to have been tossed over there so a prior landowner could work the plot.
Scrolling to the north on the satellite image, you can see a treeline that shows where the actual Goslin's Lane once existed. Back then it was a secondary road. Walking the ground, you can see evidence of the old roadway. The modern day blacktop highway itself overlays what was known as the Rocheport-Sturgeon Road back in the 19th century. It was a primary road back then, as it is today. The fact that the modern day highway still follows the same route facilitated pinpointing the battle site.
With Goslin's Lane intersecting with the Rocheport-Sturgeon Road at the site where the modern day highway jogs to the east, the old 1870s plat map shows that there was a house on the northeast corner of that intersection, an orchard across the road just to the northwest of the house, a barn just south of the orchard, and another house just south of the barn. Those old landmarks are long gone.
In 2001 the landowner also pointed out to me where a bullet-riddled log structure had existed to the east of the modern home, on towards where the highway jogs back towards the north. The theory on it was that some of the troopers of the 3rd MSM Cavalry had sought refuge there. That structure had been torn down a couple of years before my visit to the site.
Anyway, here is the satellite image link for point of reference regarding my own research, and to help illustrate what I was told in 2001 regarding the gravestones and other site features--