You'd commented once we needed local participation on this one, which is probably right on the mark. Now that it looks like we have a pretty good candidate for the the site of skirmish (I hesitate to use that word in an engagement of 200 or so men vs 6 or 7), the current landowners/residents might know something.
In research like this my mind always goes back to the Goslin's Lane scrap, which, ironically, happened on the exact very same day a dozen or so miles east of this fight. Regarding Goslin's, I gathered and closely studied a big stack of reports I dug up, culled through old plat maps, and came up with that likely location. I then visited the site and was driving along the road, pondering "I think this is it." There was a man working cattle in the pasture near the road as I was driving by, so I parked on the shoulder and said something to the effect, "this might sound kind of strange, but I think there was a Civil War skirmish here and...."
And that was all it took. He broke in and didn't stop speaking for ten minutes. He then took me back to his house a hundred yards away, gave me an ice tea, and started pointing out the different points involving the fight that he was aware of. He then gave me the run of the property, walking all over it and climbing over fences, taking photos, including along the still-perceptible Goslin's Lane route (overgrown, cross-fenced, and impassable, but still perceptible). He even showed me where the prior owner had told him there had once been gravemarkers in what by then was a livestock corral.
Back to the subject of the scalping site of Anderson's man/men -- as for a possible rebel survivor, that seventh man figures in a couple of the accounts. Strange those very accounts which speak of 7 rebels there, six killed, don't say what became of the seventh. As has been speculated, the seventh was possibly was Cave Wyatt. It's also been discussed Bloody Bill Anderson was reportedly very incensed about what happened to Bissett's crew; and....we all know Anderson was extremely focused four days later at Centralia regarding getting a live Union sergeant to trade for Cave Wyatt.