|Emanuel Lutheran Church & Cemetery||Cohansey-Aldine Rd.
(Salem County Rte# 635)
Friesburg, Alloway Twp., Salem County, New Jersey
|Plaque at cemetery Emanuel Lutheran Church, Friesburg, NJ
Text: Catherina Daehncken Otto (1710-1765) wife of Dr. Bodo Otto, Sr., famous Dr. / Surgeon of the American Revolution, who served at Valley Forge. Maria Elizabeth Otto (1737-1768) daughter of Dr. Bodo Otto, Sr., and wife of Marcus Carman (1731-1785).
Marked by the Dr. Bodo Otto Association on June 16, 1991
|Bodo Otto Jr. House||County Road 551 (Kings Highway)
Mickelton, New Jersey
|State of New Jersey plaque on house.|
|Trinity Episcopal “Old Swedes” Church||1208 Kings Highway
P.O. Box 31
Swedesboro, New Jersey
|Grave of Dr. Bodo Otto, Jr.|
|Old Barracks Museum||Barrack St.
Trenton, New Jersey
|Military hospital set up by Dr. Otto. Congress ordered him to Trenton on Feb. 17, 1777 to establish a military hospital for the treatment of smallpox. He remained there until September 1777. The hospital was in use from 1777 to 1781.|
|Historic Yellow Springs – Ruins of Washington Hall||1685 Art School Rd.
Chester Springs, Pennsylvania
|Plaque at hospital ruins:
Dr. Bodo Otto, Sr. 1711-1787
Plaque at hospital
|Germantown & Philadelphia, Pennsylvania||Office & Apothecary|
|Provincial Conference – June 1776||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania||Provincial Conference|
|German Society of Pennsylvania||611 Spring Garden St.
|Established 1764. It is the oldest German-American charitable and cultural organization. Among the founders is Dr. Bodo Otto.|
|Trinity Lutheran Church & Cemetery||527 Washington St.
|Grave of Dr. Bodo Otto.
Inscription on tombstone:
Dr. Bodo Otto delegate to the Provincial Congress June 18, 1776. Senior surgeon with his two sons during the Revolution. Had charge of the Valley Forge encampment. (See Berks Co. history) Died 1787. Aged 79 years 
Heraldry Societies markers on tombstone memorializing Dr. Bodo Otto
|Site of the home of Dr. Bodo Otto||525 Penn St.
|Historic Marker Dedicated February 16, 1951
|Washington Memorial Chapel||Route 23
Valley Forge, Pennsylvania
To the glory of God and in the honor of the patriotic spirit of our ancestor Dr. Bodo Otto, and his three sons, who served their adopted country at Washington Hall, a hospital in Yellow Springs, Pennsylvania, attached to the Valley Forge encampment of General George Washington in the winter of 1777-78 during the Revolutionary War.
Dr. Bodo Otto, Sr. (1711-1787)
Dedicated, on this day of our Lord, Sunday, June 25, 2006, in loving memory and tribute, by their descendants, The Dr. Bodo Otto Family Association.
|Berks County Historical Society||940 Centre Ave.
|Portrait and medical instruments in their archives.|
 Our records show he was born in 1711 and died in 1787 which would make him 76 years old not 79 as is on the tombstone.