Datapoint Bahamian Creole/Generalized third person singular pronoun: subject pronouns

Variety: Bahamian Creole
Feature: Generalized third person singular pronoun: subject pronouns
Value: B - feature is neither pervasive nor extremely rare
Informants: Stephanie Hackert

Examples

Example 1340:
And all of the smaller set gone live with we granddaddy. And after he dead, then they come back over here, you see?
'And all of the smaller [children] went to live with our grandfather. And after he died, they came back over here …'
Example 1341:
He name Margret
'Her name is Margret' [lit.: 'She's named Margret']
Example 1342:
If you know what we considering about you, you consider too,' Booky say. 'What he is?'
If you knew what we're thinking about you, you'd think, too,' Booky said. 'What is it?'

Source: Crowley, Daniel J. 1966: 64, quoted in Holm.1982:101