No, I did not buy queens. If you re-read you will find that it has been more than a few days, its been eleven days or more since I was without brood. Sunday the 21st I still had not brood in hive one (did not check others). I belive it was tuesday the 23rd I found one frame in hive two with a small patch about the size of a cd with maybe 15 caped cells and some larva and the other side I belive was loaded with eggs and royal jelly (it was milky anyway). Sunday june 29th (yesterday, its 12:30 am monday now), I found capped brood in the other two. I would have orderd queens if no brood was found today. Go to moeshoneybeevideos and you can see hive two's brood. The queen introducer was still in the hive from when I purchased them (re-queened one deep colonies). It looks like a queen was introduced because the brood is on a frame right next to it making me look like a fool. I did film the other two today, however it was very windy and I was not interested in great shots but only wether I was queen right or needed to buy queens. Note: I did not have time to inspect all hives on the same days because I had my daughter, have been working overtime, and have been forced to check when I could, like today when very windy but had no choice if I was to find out if queen-right or not. I also have no way of pining down the swarm dates, only guesses. Im not exactly sure on dates, I do not keep records which I see is very important now.
Thank you for you interest and help very much,,