The first person form of the independent pronominal possessor also occurs as mines; the second person is sometimes yourns (cf. Holm & Shilling 1982: 132, 228). The independent pronominal possessor may also be formed via the addition of own (cf. Holm & Shilling 1982: 150). A construction involving prepositional marking is for who 'whose', as in For who they are? However, this seems to be the only case in which prepositions are involved in the marking of pronominal possessors in Bahamian Creole English (cf. Feature 37 "Marking of pronominal possessors").
Source: Holm & Shilling 1982: 228