He married Margaret Hammond, daughter of Sir William Hammond.
He did not stand for election again. His father Sir Edwin died in 1629, leaving him considerable debts, and shares in the Virginia Company (which had failed in 1624). Henry Sandys borrowed further; by his death he owed his creditors more than £8,000.
- "Sandys, Henry (c.1607–1640), of Northbourne, Kent". The History of Parliament. Retrieved 5 October 2019.
- Foster, Joseph (1891). Alumni Oxonienses: Sandys, Henry. p. 1309. Retrieved 5 October 2019.
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