Your attempting a staggered hatch. Those are tricky unless you have a second incubator to hatch in and mark your eggs to know when to move each one to the hatcher which would not have turner and be higher humidity.
If your determined on these eggs then I'd dry hatch them. Don't add any water at all to ensure your air cells get large enough as you'll be upping humidity early for most of the eggs. It's around day 14 when you actually don't need to turn eggs anymore. You should candle often and when the first of the eggs looks developed to day 18 take them all out of the turner and up the humidity to 60-65%. By candling you'll also know the least incubated eggs and can mark them in order. Quickly hand turn them a few times a day. You can't put the new eggs with the broody as she's only going to stay on the nest a few days after some hatch, she'll throw the rest on floor and not keep broody for eggs that are not wiggling.
For future goes at it it's best to take the eggs your broody is sitting on everyday and eat them. Save up the eggs you want to hatch by placing inside on counter fat end up in egg carton then mark them and place under broody all at once. We want to mark them as the broody will steal other eggs and other chickens will want to lay in her clutch so you can remove them daily and still eat them.