Percival Leppard was killed in action on 1 November 1917, fighting in Belgium.
His entry on the Commonwealth War Graves website shows:
Sapper LEPPARD, PERCIVAL Service Number 154463
427th Field Coy. Royal Engineers
Son of Charles and Caroline Leppard, of "Glenview," Station Rd., Steyning, Sussex. Served in the South African Campaign. Native of Brighton.
He was buried at COXYDE MILITARY CEMETERY
Location: West-Vlaanderen, Belgium 
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