Datapoint Belizean Creole/Instrument relative clauses

Actual instrumental clauses do not occur in my corpus, but I believe they exist in Belizean Creole. I constructed Example 176.
I included here non-instrumental preposition clauses as they are much more common: Example 178 (Value 1) and Example 177 (Value 5).

Example 178 seems to be a case of pied piping, although the relative particle precedes the preposition.

Values

Relative particle and gap with preposition stranding Frequency: 50.0%

Example 9-125:
I gat mora wan tiŋ we a de tiŋk bowt.
I
it
gat
got
mora
more.of
wan
one
tiŋ
thing
[we
[rel
a
1sg
de
prog
tiŋk
think
bowt
about
_].
_]
There is more than one thing that I'm thinking about.

Source: Escure 2004: 531

Example 9-175:
Yu had dis laya we dey de taak bowt.
Yu
you.gener
had
had
dis
this
laya
lawyer
[we
[rel
dey
3pl
de
prog
taak
talk
bowt
about
_].
_]
There was this lawyer that they were talking about.

Source: Escure's 1992 materials

Confidence:
Certain

Zero and resumptive pronoun Frequency: 21.4%

Example 9-177:
Iz wan a di tiŋ wi don bada bowt dat in beliz.
Iz
is
wan
one
a
of
di
the
tiŋ
things
wi
we
don
don't
bada
bother
bowt
about
dat
that
in
in
beliz.
Belize
This is one of the things we don't bother about in Belize.

Source: Escure 1993a: 235

Confidence:
Certain

Zero and gap with preposition stranding Frequency: 21.4%

Example 9-176:
di hukstik i de wid
di
the
hukstik
hookstick
i
3sg
de
loc
wid
with
_]
_]
the harpoon he was with
Confidence:
Intermediate

Relative pronoun with pied-piping Frequency: 7.1%

Example 9-178:
Nordis kiy we pan a fain wan
Nordis
Northeast
kiy
Caye
[we
[rel
pan
upon
__
__
a
1sg
fain
find
wan]
one]
Northeast Caye on which I found one

Source: Escure 1983a: 37

Confidence:
Uncertain