I am not aware of a list, but someone may have compiled one. I find records for two Hubbard Browns. One was in the 22nd North Carolina, but was discharged early in the war. The second man was in Co. H, 42nd Virginia Infantry Regiment. He was captured at Antietam, and subsequently was treated at two Union army hospitals. No description of wounds or illness appears in his record, but it is quite possible that he was wounded in the battle. He was paroled from Fort McHenry in Baltimore in Novemeber, 1862. The last card in his record is from October 31, 1864, and it shows him as 1st Sergeant of his company.