Samuel Sandys (c. 1637 – 4 August 1701) was an English politician, MP for Droitwich in five Parliaments. 
The son of Sir Samuel Sandys MP , he succeeded his father as MP for Droitwich in 1661, when his father became MP for the county. His father became MP for Droitwich again in 1681; the son succeeded him again in 1685. Sandys was re-elected in 1689, and stood for the county in 1690, but withdrew when he appeared likely to win. 
Sandys died on 4 August 1701, aged 64, and was buried at Ombersley. 
Sandys married Elizabeth Pettus, daughter of Sir John Pettus MP . They had three sons and four daughters: 
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