In Bahamian Creole English, them functions not only as a demonstrative determiner and a third-person plural pronoun for subject, object, and possessive (cf. Holm & Shilling 1982: 204), but also as a plural marker following the noun.
-s also functions as a plural marker; the combination of both, as fellow-s-them in example 50, is very frequent.
Source: Holm & Shilling 1982: 204
Source: Crowley 1966: 61