First checked the nucleus hive we got last Saturday. They had lots of brood and had drawn out most of the frames. i went ahead and added another deep, so they should have plenty of room to grow.
Next checked the old hive on the east side of the yard. They had a few frames of capped honey, some nectar and NO brood at all. Still plenty of bees wandering around (enough to leave them with 2 deeps) but I worry about the lack of brood. Goal: get them a frame of young brood from another hive and if they're queenless, they can raise another.
So, I went back into the "big hive" and found a frame with all stages of brood. I wasn't looking close enough yesterday to be sure they had young brood, but I found it. Shook off the bees and put it into the hive with no brood. (The workers can take an worker egg and raise her into a queen by feedng her more royal jelly.) This also means that the big hive has a queen that's laying those eggs. :)
Now all 4 hives have queens or the ability to make one. hopefully I can check back within the next month to see their progress.