I'm aware of inclusive and exclusive examples of "we", but I'm not sure if the languages with clusivity extend it to our first person plural pronouns, like "our" for example. Does anyone know of such examples, or where I could find research/evidence of this nature? Thanks!
It is common for Australian languages (particularly those of the Pama-Nyungan family) to distinguish inclusive/exclusive in the non-singular first person pronouns (typically in both dual and plural). In many languages this distinction also applies to the various case forms of these pronouns, for example the genitive, locative, accusative, etc forms.
The below example is from Wajarri (Pama-Nyungan).
Wajarri exclusive/inclusive free pronouns (Marmion, 1996)
It is also common for Pama-Nyungan languages to make extensive use of clitic pronouns rather than always using the full free forms, and some languages have the inclusive-exclusive distinction with these pronouns. The next table shows the clitic pronouns from Yulparija (Pama-Nyungan) from Burridge (1996).
Yulparija exclusive/inclusive clitic pronouns (Burridge, 1996)
Burridge, K. (1996). Yulparija sketch grammar. In McGregor, W., editor, Studies in Kimberley Languages in Honour of Howard Coate, pages 15–69. Lincom Europa, Newcastle.
Marmion, D. (1996). A description of the morphology of Wajarri. Honours thesis, UNE, Armidale, NSW