Besides Luke Skywalker, Kanan Jarrus, Ezra Bridger and Ahsoka Tano, which other Jedi, regardless of whether they were survivors of Order 66 or became one at a later point, served within the Rebellion's ranks during the Galactic Civil War?
Looking for both canon and Legends versions.
Edit: ok, just to clarify what would qualify as a Jedi for the answer. Loosely speaking, anyone who follow the ideals of the Jedi philosophy - a practitioner in the ways of the Force, a protector of the galaxy, and an opposer to the dark side - would count.
- Only trained Force users, not aligned with the dark side, would count. They need to be able to consciously control their use of the Force to aid the Rebellion. This excludes Leia
- Members of the Jedi Order of the late Republic would obviously count. However, they need to have survived Order 66 (duh), did not renounce the Jedi ways nor succumbed to the dark side, and become a member of the Rebellion. This excludes the Grand Inquisitor nor Darth Vader, but includes Kanan Jarrus and, in Legends, Rahm Kota. Those who are killed in action after joining the Rebellion also count.
- However, you don't need to be an official member of the order to be counted. You could be opposed to what was wrong with the late order, but as long as you follow the ideals defined above, and identify with them, you are a Jedi at heart by the count of this question. This counts Ahsoka Tano, Luke Skywalker and Ezra Bridger among its number. They aren't in the old Jedi Order's roster, but they believe in what the Jedi are meant to be, and follow its ways in that regard. Galen Marek in Legends, when he genuinely turned to the ways of the light, even though he was still a user of dark side powers, would be one. It's the thought that counts.
So loosely speaking, that means members of the Rebellion who are trained Force sensitives and genuine good guys.