Hi wanted to jump in just to let you all know I actually found the Fohner Family/Mother/and Children all togehter here in the 1910 census...For whatever reason the children and their mother were all staying there..Mom Annie was working as a servant..This is page 6 of 7 in this census section here is linkhttp://search.ancestry.com/iexec?htx=View&r=an&dbid=...
It says she is married 14 yrs and I found her husband, Joseph P Fohner is listed as "Single" and living with his widowed mother, Shopia. He was a Blacksmith at Shop (Horse)., same occp as in 1900 when he can be found with wife Ann and children.
At any rate it seems to me that Mom, Annie and her children were kept together at St Vincents Infant Asylum.
Mother Annie and children in the 1920 census all living together and renting on Greenmount Ave., all be it, in a Billards House it looks like, she is this time widowed and all children listed (except oldest Joseph Lawrence Fohner, who married at appx 18yrs old to Julia "Ruth" Brooks and in appx 1918-19 removed w/her parents to Bueamont Tx for a time), Eugene the youngest being 10 yrs old, I also found in St Vincents 1910 census as 4 months old..So it would seem to me that maybe St Vincents first made an attempt to keep children and desirous Mothers together..Just a thought I wanted pass along