I too am not a descendent of the Sampey line, but I have some marriages into that line.
Sarah Ann Sampey married Enoch Hendrix January 7, 1841 in Monroe County, AL (volume A, page 65, Monroe County Marriage Records).
Frances Sampey married Edward Amos Stacey (b. May 18, 1833; d. May 29, 1907) in Monroe County, AL on March 6, 1858 (volume A, page 196, Monroe County Marriage Records).Edward then married Mary Louisa Jane King in 1868 in Wilcox County, AL, so eviently there was a divorce between Frances and him.Frances was still alive in 1900 and can be found on the Escambia County, AL census living with her daughter and son-in-law, Jesse & Alabama Knowles.The census gives her birth date as February 1830.
Now Katherine Sampey first married Henry H. Hendrix on July 15, 1849 in Monroe County, AL (volume A, page 128, Monroe County Marriage Records).After his death she married William T. Lewis on January 8, 1867 (volume A, page 275, Monroe County Marriage Records).They moved to Escambia County, FL before 1880, and are buried in the Crary Memorial Cemetery, Bluff Springs, Escambia County, FL.Their tombstones give her vital as born July 21, 1828; died February 27, 1899 -- his vital as born December 22, 1821; died May 25, 1909.
The above mentioned Hendrix line is mine, and the Stacey line is my wife's.