Datapoint Belizean Creole/Independent pronominal possessors

The independent possessor (mia 'mine') is relatively rare. In Example 76 it contrasts with the dependent possessive adjective (may/mi 'my').
For the possessive adjective the possessive construction with adposition fi/fu + noun (fu i bonk as in Example 75) alternates with the construction without adposition (i bonk). The pronominal form (fu i/ fu yu/ fu mi/ fi wi/ fi unu/ fu dem) is possible, though rare (speakers seem to avoid it, and use the nominal possessor instead).
But mi/yu/i/wi/unu/dem cannot be used as independent possessive pronouns.

Values

Special pronoun form Frequency: 50.0%

Example 9-76:
Mi en Luis ʤom ina mya, may big dori, en bruda ina wan li wan.
Mi
me
en
and
Luis
Lewis
ʤom
jump
ina
in
mya,
mine
may
my
big
big
dori,
dorey
en
and
bruda
brother
ina
in
wan
one
li
little
wan.
one
Me and Lewis jumped into mine, my big canoe, and my brother in a small one.

Source: Escure's 1980s materials

Example 9-77:
A owt mi layt no.
A
I
owt
out
mi
my
layt
light
no.
now
I'll switch off my light now.

Source: Escure 2004: CD

Confidence:
Certain

Identical to dependent pronominal possessor Frequency: 50.0%

Example 9-75:
Bod ina fu i bonk de sliyp.
Bod
Bod
ina
in
fu
for
i
3sg
bonk
bunk
de
prog
sliyp.
sleep
Bod was in his bunk sleeping.

Source: Escure 1993a: 242

Example 9-78:
Da aysbaks fu i.
Da
this
aysbaks
icebox
fu
for
i.
him
This ice box is his.
Confidence:
Intermediate