Thank you both for your responses.
Kathy, I did not put the dead queen in the box. Why didn't I think of that? It is so obvious now. That would have made complete sense. I was actually looking her over, and dropped her. We could not find her amongst all of the sawdust, vegetation, and other bees. It did not even cross my thick skull at the time. WOW! hindsight is soooo 20/20.
Michael, I did remove all comb. The tree was completely free of any remnants. I did not have any lemongrass oil. That is something I need to buy. I also need to keep some queens in alcohol, I guess. I have not found any dead, or replaced any yet, so that has not been an option. That is a good thing to remember, though, when the time comes.
I plan on going back to pick up the hive tomorrow (tuesday) night. Hopefully things will work out in spite of me. I plan to combine these bees due to the late season. I would love for them to build on their own. Do you think I should give them some time, and see how they do, or just combine them? There was very little comb. I think I mentioned there were only three full frames and a partial.